Sara K. Fehr is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology. She earned her PhD in Health Education from the University of Cincinnati with a cognate emphasis in Women's Health and Human Sexuality. Her research interests include the prevention of sexually transmitted infections, unplanned pregnancies, and intimate partner violence. Dr. Fehr currently teaches undergraduate Introduction to the Discipline, Women's Health, and Human Sexuality. In addition to being CHES certified, Dr. Fehr is also a certified facilitator for the Green Dot and STAND Up programs, which utilize education, social marketing, and action planning in an effort to reduce power-based personal violence on the A&M campus. She is also a certified sexual assault survivor advocate and works as a volunteer for the local sexual assault resource center.
- Ph.D. in Health Education, University of Cincinnati - (Cincinnati, Ohio, United States) 2015
- M.S. in Health Education, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 2010
- B.S. in Health- Community Health Option, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 2009
- Wilson, K. L., Szucs, L. E., Shipley, M., Fehr, S. K., McNeill, E. B., & Wiley, D. C. (2019). Identifying the Inclusion of National Sexuality Education Standards Utilizing a Systematic Analysis of Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum.. J Sch Health. 89(2), 106-114.
- Shipley, M., Holden, C., Mcneill, E. B., Fehr, S., & Wilson, K. (2018). Piecing Together Behaviors of Healthy Relationships. Health Educator. 50(1), 24-29.
- Fehr, S. K., Vidourek, R. A., King, K. A., & Nabors, L. A. (2018). Relationship Factors Impact on Condom Use Among College Students. Sexuality & Culture. (3),
- Vidourek, R. A., King, K. A., Rosen, B. L., & Fehr, S. K (2015). USING THE HEALTH BELIEF MODEL TO EXPLORE FEMALE'S PERCEPTIONS OF MALE HPV VACCINATION.. American Journal of Health Studies. 30(4), 187-195.
- Vidourek, R. A., King, K. A., & Fehr, S. K (2014). Hispanic youth involvement in over-the-counter drug use: parent, peer, and school factors.. J Addict Dis. 33(4), 376-387.