Dr. Sally Deuermeyer
Office: Health 233 Bryan Campus
Bachelor of Arts-Biology major and Chemistry minor. Awarded May,1974.
Master of Science-Speech-Language Pathology major and Audiology minor. Awarded December, 1978.
Supplemental coursework, and continuing education credits completed at Texas A&M University, Sam Houston State University and through correspondence.
Blinn College (Spring 1992-present)
Teaching position as faculty member in the Fine Arts Department.
Classes presently taught include SPCH 1315, Public Speaking and SPCH 1321, Business and Professional Speaking. Classes taught also include SPCH 1311, Introduction to Speech and SPCH 1342, Voice and Diction.
Member, Blinn College Speakers Bureau.
Station Independent School District (Fall 1981- 1984
and Fall 1986- 1989)
Faculty position as a speech-language pathologist. Duties included working with a wide range of students, other school personnel and medical providers in the community. Provided intern supervision required for staff members to complete requirements for certification.
Independent School District (Fall 1985- 1986)
Faculty position as a speech-language pathologist. Duties same as for the College Station ISD.
Bryan Independent School District (Spring Semester 1981)
Faculty position as speech-language pathologist. Student teacher supervision. Evaluated, provided feedback and encouraged professional growth for student teaching internship.
National Honor Society (1969-1970)
Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (Life Member)
NISOD Teaching Excellence Award (May 1996)
American Speech and Hearing Association (1978-present)
Texas Speech and Hearing Association (1981-2000)
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech and Language Pathology (1979-present)
Texas Speech and Language Pathologist license (1984-2000)
Texas Community College Teacher’s Association (1994-present)
Board member, Saint Michael's Academy (Fall 2004-present)
Aggie Mother's Club, College Station Chapter
Member, Saint Francis Episcopal Church, College Station
Sally Deuermeyer hails from Minneapolis, Minnesota, but has been a resident of College Station since December of 1978. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from the University of Minnesota and a Master of Science degree in audiology and speech sciences from Purdue University. Professional memberships have included and include the American Speech-Language Association, the Texas Speech and Hearing Association, the Texas Community College Teacher's Association and the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi, of which she is a lifetime member. Prior to her tenure at Blinn College, she worked as licensed speech-language pathologist in a variety of settings; including hospital, schools and a bit of private practice. She recently marked her ten-year anniversary as a faculty member of the Fine Arts department of Blinn College. Past and present teaching assignments as well as interests have included the public speaking and voice and diction courses: SPCH 1315 and SPCH 1342. She is also currently serving on the committee of The Blinn College Speakers Bureau.
Sally is married to Bryan Deuermeyer, who is a member of the Industrial Engineering faculty of Texas A&M University and has twin daughters: Anne and Beth, TAMU classes of 05 and 06, respectively.