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Erick Schlimmer (Lecturer)

Erick Schlimmer eschlimm
Personal bio
Erick Schlimmer earned his Master's degree in kinesiology at San Jose State University in December of 2016 and his personal training certificate from the American College of Sports Medicine in January 2017. He is a personal trainer and recreation specialist at Stanford's National Accelerator (SLAC) and has recently joined the Stanford Health and Human Performance Program (HHP) as a Physical Education instructor beginning Fall quarter 2017. After finishing his Master's coursework at SJSU and presenting his research at the International Conference of Sport and Society in Chicago in 2013, Erick worked as a lecturer and teacher's associate under Dr. Jessica Chin for her Kinesiology 70, Introduction to Kinesiology course while continuing to collect and analyze his thesis data. His Master's thesis is a longitudinal examination into NCAA consideration of psychiatric disorder and the mental health professionals' perceptions regarding clinical challenges they experience when working with NCAA Division I student-athletes. Erick also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with an emphasis in abnormal psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an Associate of Arts degree in sociology from Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California, where he also played competitive golf for the Owls in 2000. Erick has coached youth sports including basketball and golf and was an intercollegiate American football player at the University of Stirling in Scotland. Erick is a San Francisco Bay Area native who loves athletics, museums, dogs, cereal, and his nieces.

Currently teaching
PE 36: Golf: Advanced (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
PE 34: Golf: Advanced Beginning (Autumn, Winter)
PE 33: Golf: Beginning (Autumn, Winter)
PE 35: Golf: Intermediate (Autumn, Winter)
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