The annual report has come to be an expected yearly event for academics. For me it is called the FRPA – Faculty Report of Professional Activities and is due to my campus administrators in January. To get a head start I’ve put together a 2017 year in review.
Pielke, R. (2017). Assessing Doping Prevalence is Possible. So What Are We Waiting For?. Sports Medicine, 1-3.
Pielke Jr, R. (2017). Sugar, spice and everything nice: how to end ‘sex testing’ in international athletics. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 1-18.
Pielke, Jr.R. (2017), Climate Change as Symbolic Politics in the United States, IEEJ Journal (October, pp. 11-15). (PDF)
Weinkle, J., & Pielke Jr, R. (2017). The Truthiness about Hurricane Catastrophe Models. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 42:547-576.
Book review, The Retreat of Western Liberalism by Edward Luce (link)
Contributor, Climate Pragmatism: The Rightful Place of Science (CSPO/ASU)
The Least Thing blog (link)
The Honest Broker blog (link)
The Climate Fix blog (link)
Has the United States reached peak (American) football? Play the Game
Is Youth Football Past its Prime? The Conversation
Experts respond to Trump’s climate blitzkrieg, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
Amateur Sports’ Last Stand? Play the Game
Possible scenarios for the future of US college sports Play the Game
Putin “was at heart of Russian drug scandal” Mail on Sunday
A Litigious Climate Threatens Scientific Norms, Wall Street Journal
The Hurricane Lull Couldn’t Last, Wall Street Journal
Policy-related reports and testimony
Submission to European Athletics on World Record Revision Proposal, European Athletics. (PDF)
The Climate Fix Newsletters
Pielke on Climate #1 (link)
Pielke on Climate #2 (link)
Pielke on Climate #3 (link)
Pielke on Climate #4 (link)
Pielke on Climate #5 (link)
Pielke on Climate #6 (link)
Pielke on Climate #7 (link)
A few years ago I committed to giving fewer talks, but ensuring that each provided the opportunity to say something new or (hopefully) important. Here are the talks I gave in 2017 that best fit into that category.
March – An Inside Look at the Politics of Climate (University of Florida, PDF)
March – The Science and Politics of “Sex Testing” in International Sport (University of Florida, PDF)
April – Scientific Integrity and Anti-Doping Regulation (Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters, Oslo, Norway, Twitter talk)
July – New values for sport governance in the 21st century (Australian Society for Sports History, Sydney, Australia, abstract)
July – Climate Politics as Manichean Paranoia (GWPF, London, YouTube below)
October – What Should Scientists do When Science Gets Political? (Silas Ethics Lecture, Georgia Tech, link to video)
November – An Evaluation of the Governance of US Olympic Sports Federations (Play the Game, Eindhoven, Netherlands, PDF)
New Class Syllabi
Introduction to Sports Governance (PDF)
Interviews, Podcasts, Discussions
Making Science Count in Policymaking (YouTube below)
Science, Politics and the March for Science (WOSU, link)
Sex Testing in Sport (ABC News Australia, link)
IAAF & Testosterone Regulations (The Ticket, starts at 7:45, link)
Science in Policy and Politics (YouTube below)
Russia’s Ban Isn’t a Sure Win for Anti-Dopers (Colorado Public Radio, link)
As Concerns Grow About Health Risks, Has the US Reached Peak Football? (Colorado Public Radio, link)
Miscellaneous media reports (via Google News, link)