“Throughout my undergraduate career, I nurtured my passions for psychology and the gaming industry, and aim to improve gaming experiences for all players. Currently, I am working with Dr. Otten and Jeff Shulze regarding gender dynamics and gaming experience for players and hope to impact the gaming community.”
– Angela Kim
Nick Galli, Ph.D., CC-AASP
Assistant Professor (Lecturer)
University of Utah
Department of Health Promotion and Education
Nick is an online lecturer for the CSUN Kinesiology Department as well as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Recreation at the University of Utah. His research interests include resilience and stress-related growth in athletes, as well as body image and weight pressures in male athletes. Outside of academia, Nick serves as a mental skills coach for youth, high school, and college athletes and other performers throughout Utah.
Deanna assisted with a literature review pertaining to John Wooden’s coaching philosophy, as well as the creation of a positive competitive state anxiety scale. As a San Francisco Bay Area native, she has returned to the Peninsula to work as a social science research coordinator. She proudly continues her unwavering support for CSUN and UCLA athletics.