Listed below are the clubs sponsored by the Movement and Sport Sciences Division. Getting involved brings a richness to your college experience, so get involved and have fun!
The Movement and Sport Sciences Club welcomes all students majoring or minoring in Kinesiology, Health, or related fields. The club plays a campus-wide leadership role in promoting lifespan physical activity, sports, and other health enhancing behaviors. For example, club members assist in the campus Fitness and Wellness program, supervise campus facilities and special events, and host guest speakers. Club fundraisers help members attend state, regional and national conferences. The club's social functions include group meetings and a year-end barbecue.
For more information, contact the Club advisor, Dr. Christa Davis, at email@example.com.
The purpose of the Sport Leadership Club (SLC) is to assist students in gaining leadership experience, securing work experience, and developing a professional network in the sport industry. The SLC has developed partnerships with the City of Lewiston Parks and Recreation, Lewis-Clark State College Athletic Department, University of Idaho Athletic Game Management, Clarkston High School, and many more. The SLC is open to all LCSC students. Officer positions are limited to Sport Administration and Kinesiology majors. Sports Administration is a co-curricular degree between the Business Division and the Movement and Sport Sciences Division. Students pursuing a degree in Sport Administration will seek employment opportunities in sport business (sporting goods, apparel, ticket sales, and luxury seating), sport management (facilities and sporting events), interscholastic/ intercollegiate athletic administration, collegiate recreation, and municipal recreation.
Read about the club's recent trip to NIKE World Headquarters in Portland, Oregon.
For more information, contact the Sport Leadership Club advisors, Dr. Pete Van Mullem, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dr. Susan Steele, at email@example.com. (Note: Dr. Pete Van Mullem is on sabbatical for the Fall 2018 semester, so please contact Dr. Susan Steele during this time.)