Kylie Blodgett, MS, is a lecturer in the Department of Health and Human Performance, and has been an instructor at Norwich University since 2015.
She received her bachelor of science in biology from Norwich University in 2010, after which she attended the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology to study exercise physiology. She graduated with her master’s of science in kinesiology in 2011 and went on to study nutrition and metabolism at the University of New Hampshire. She graduated with a master’s of science in nutritional sciences in 2015 and returned to Norwich as an adjunct, instructing laboratory classes in nutrition, exercise physiology, and biology.
She was hired as a full time lecturer in the summer of 2016, and now teaches Physical Fitness and Wellness, Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, Advanced Exercise Physiology and Prescription, Nutrition, and Pathophysiology of Sports Medicine. She is currently working towards a PhD through Walden University online, studying health behavior. Her research interests focus on motivation as it relates to exercise and maintaining health. She is passionate about exercise and nutrition and puts her expertise to work on the soccer field and basketball court, coaching two local varsity squads. She has research published in both the exercise and nutrition fields.