Lesley Scibora portrait

Lesley Scibora

Assistant Professor
Degree
Doctor of Chiropractic, Northwestern College '98
Ph.D. Kinesiology, University of Minnesota '11
Office
ARC 206G
Phone
(651) 962-5933

Lesley Scibora is an Assistant Professor in the Health and Human Performance Department. She earned her Doctor of Chiropractic in 1998 from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington, MN and Ph.D. in Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota in 2011, where her research investigated the effects of bariatric surgery for weight loss on aspects of bone health and physical activity. In addition, she has worked in the areas of health promotion and employee wellness as the Health Education Director for Life Time Fitness.

Dr. Scibora’s research interests focus on examining the interrelationships between physical activity, body weight, and bone health. She has presented her research locally, nationally and internationally and is an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Obesity Society, and the Minnesota Chiropractic Association.

Summer 2014 Courses

Summer 2014 Courses
Course - Section Title Days Time Location
PHED 450 - 04 EX SCI/HLTH PROM Internship - - - - - -
CRN: 30638 Credit Hours This course meets the internship requirement for majors in the Exercise Science program. The required 100 observational hours fulfills a requirement for application to graduate clinical programs (e.g., physical therapy, chiropractice school, physician assistant school) for the Exercise Science majors. S-R grading option only. Prerequisite: Permission of department chair, First Aid/CPR/AED Certification required (must provide proof of certification)

Fall 2014 Courses

Fall 2014 Courses
Course - Section Title Days Time Location
EXSC 213 - 01 Human Anatomy - T - R - 0800 - 0940 ARC 204
CRN: 43163 4 Credit Hours This course is a study of anatomical structure of the human body, from microscopic to gross structure across the organ systems. Of particular importance is: 1) the complementarity of human anatomy structure and function, 2) the interrelationships between organ systems, and 3) the application of anatomical knowledge to common diseases and clinical conditions. Technology is utilized in both the laboratory and lecture components of the course to facilitate achievement of course learning goals. The co-requisite laboratory component of this course parallels and reinforces concepts and material covered in lectures Two laboratory hours per week. (Formerly PHED 213)
EXSC 213 - 02 Human Anatomy - T - R - 0955 - 1135 ARC 205
CRN: 43164 4 Credit Hours This course is a study of anatomical structure of the human body, from microscopic to gross structure across the organ systems. Of particular importance is: 1) the complementarity of human anatomy structure and function, 2) the interrelationships between organ systems, and 3) the application of anatomical knowledge to common diseases and clinical conditions. Technology is utilized in both the laboratory and lecture components of the course to facilitate achievement of course learning goals. The co-requisite laboratory component of this course parallels and reinforces concepts and material covered in lectures Two laboratory hours per week. (Formerly PHED 213)
EXSC 213 - 51 Human Anatomy Lab - T - - - 1330 - 1530 ARC 205
CRN: 43165 0 Credit Hours This course is a study of anatomical structure of the human body, from microscopic to gross structure across the organ systems. Of particular importance is: 1) the complementarity of human anatomy structure and function, 2) the interrelationships between organ systems, and 3) the application of anatomical knowledge to common diseases and clinical conditions. Technology is utilized in both the laboratory and lecture components of the course to facilitate achievement of course learning goals. The co-requisite laboratory component of this course parallels and reinforces concepts and material covered in lectures Two laboratory hours per week. (Formerly PHED 213)
EXSC 213 - 52 Human Anatomy Lab - - - R - 1330 - 1530 ARC 205
CRN: 43166 0 Credit Hours This course is a study of anatomical structure of the human body, from microscopic to gross structure across the organ systems. Of particular importance is: 1) the complementarity of human anatomy structure and function, 2) the interrelationships between organ systems, and 3) the application of anatomical knowledge to common diseases and clinical conditions. Technology is utilized in both the laboratory and lecture components of the course to facilitate achievement of course learning goals. The co-requisite laboratory component of this course parallels and reinforces concepts and material covered in lectures Two laboratory hours per week. (Formerly PHED 213)
EXSC 213 - 53 Human Anatomy Lab - T - - - 1545 - 1745 ARC 205
CRN: 43167 0 Credit Hours This course is a study of anatomical structure of the human body, from microscopic to gross structure across the organ systems. Of particular importance is: 1) the complementarity of human anatomy structure and function, 2) the interrelationships between organ systems, and 3) the application of anatomical knowledge to common diseases and clinical conditions. Technology is utilized in both the laboratory and lecture components of the course to facilitate achievement of course learning goals. The co-requisite laboratory component of this course parallels and reinforces concepts and material covered in lectures Two laboratory hours per week. (Formerly PHED 213)

J-Term 2015 Courses

J-Term 2015 Courses
Course - Section Title Days Time Location