Office Hours

Mon10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Tues10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Thu10:30 am - 12:00 pm

About Jessica

Education

Bachelor of Science, Exercise Science, Lewis-Clark State College (2009)

Master of Exercise Science, Biomechanics, Eastern Washington University (2012)

Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach, National Strength & Conditioning Association (2012)

Doctor of Philosophy, Biomechanics, University of Idaho (2018)

Teaching

Lewis-Clark State College (2013 - Present)

  • Introduction to Kinesiology (KIN 260 – 1 credit)
  • Addiction & Performance (HLTH 354 – 1 credit)
  • Human Sexuality (HLTH 246 – 1 credit)
  •             Death & Dying (HLTH 245 – 1 credit)
  •             Stress Management (HLTH 247 – 1 credit)
  •             Fitness & Wellness (HLTH 272 – 3 credits)
  •             Strength Development (KIN 267 – 1 credit)
  •             Addiction & Performance Enhancement (HLTH 354 – 2 credits)
  •             Community Health (HLTH 342 – 3 credits)
  •             Biomechanics Lab (KIN 361 – 1 credit)
  •             Biomechanics (KIN 362 – 3 credits)
  •             Physiology of Exercise (KIN 363 – 3 credits)
  •             Physiology of Exercise Lab (KIN 364 – 1 credit)

Eastern Washington University (2012 - 2013)

  • NSCA Strength & Conditioning Pro-Lab (PHED 335 – 3 credits)
  •             Motor Control & Learning (PHED 251 – 4 credits)
  •             Anatomical Kinesiology (PHED 349 – 4 credits)
  •             Mechanical Kinesiology (PHED 352 – 4 credits)
  • Anatomical/Mechanical Kinesiology (PHED 348 – 4 credits)
  •             Applied Nutrition and Physical Fitness (HLED 372 – 3 credits)
  •             Kinesiological Application of Anatomy and Physiology (PHED 132 – 4 credits)
  •             Group Exercise, Body Pump (PHED 151 – 2 credits)
  •             Indoor Cycling (PHED 125 – 1 credit)

About Me

Jessica Savage is a Lewis-Clark State College alumnus having graduated with a Bachelor degree in Kinesiology in 2009.  She attained a Master Degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Biomechanics from Eastern Washington University in 2012 and a Ph.D. from University of Idaho in Biomechanics in 2018.  Jessica joined LCSC Kinesiology faculty in Fall 2013.  She is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist.  Jessica currently teaches courses such as Biomechanics, Biomechanics Lab, Strength Development, Human Sexuality, Fitness & Wellness, and Stress Management.  Jessica's primary area of research is focused on neuromuscular deficits and ACL injury risk in females.