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Curriculum Vitae
Kristine C Harper
January 09, 2016

General Information
University address: History
College of Arts & Sciences
Bellamy Building-0401
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2200
Phone: (850) 644-5888; Fax: (850) 644-6402

E-mail address: kcharper@fsu.edu


Web site: http://www.fsu.edu/~history/staff/harper.html; http://fsu-teach.fsu.edu/faculty-harper.php

Professional Preparation
2003 PhD, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Major: History of Science. Atmospheric Sciences. Supervisor: Ronald E. Doel.
Harper, Kristine C. (2003). Boundaries of Research: Civilian Leadership, Military Funding, and the International Network Surrounding the Development of Numerical Weather Prediction in the United States. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
1996 BS, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon. Major: Secondary Education. Mathematics and Science Education.
1985 MS, US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. Major: Meteorology and Oceanography. Numerical Weather Prediction. Supervisor: Robert J. Renard.
Elias, Kristine C. (1985). Forecasting Atmospheric Visibility over the Summer North Atlantic using the Principal Discriminant Method. Unpublished master's thesis, US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
1973 AB, University of California, Riverside, California. Major: Mathematics.

Nondegree Education and Training
2004–2005 Post-doctoral Fellowship, Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, MIT/Harvard/Boston University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Professional Experience
2011–present Associate Professor, History, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching graduate history of science/technology courses in the Department of History and undergraduate history of science courses for FSU-Teach.
2008–2011 Assistant Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, advising students, directing student research, pursuing an active research agenda, and providing service to the department and university. As a core faculty member of the FSU-Teach program, I engage in curriculum development, teach an undergraduate course for science and mathematics students with an FSU-Teach major, and perform service within the program.
2005–2008 Assistant Professor, Humanities Department, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico. Responsible for teaching undergraduate history courses, maintaining my own research, and performing service to the department and institute.
1995–2000 Adjunct Instructor, Division of Natural Science and Mathematics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon. Responsible for teaching lecture and laboratory courses in college physics and earth sciences; advised students majoring in secondary education (science).
1973–1994 Commander, US Navy, Naval Oceanography, United States Navy. Responsible for supervising the preparation of atmospheric and oceanographic forecasts for aviation, surface, and subsurface operational forces.
1986–1989 Instructor, Meteorology Department, Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Science, US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. Responsible for preparing and teaching all meteorology laboratory and atmospheric forecasting courses.

Visiting Professorship(s)
2011 Centre for Science Studies/Center for Videnskabsstudier, Aarhus University, Denmark. Responsible for conducting oral history workshop, participating in Exploring Greenland research project, and assisting graduate students with their research projects.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
University Graduate Teaching Award, The Florida State University (2012).

ASLI Choice-History Category, Atmospheric Science Librarians International (2008).



Fellowship(s)
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship (2007–2008).

Tanner Humanities Center, University of Utah, Fellow (2007–2008).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Geophysical Union

American Meteorological Society

American Society for Environmental History

History of Science Society

International Commission on History of Meteorology

National Council on Public History

Oral History Association

Organization of American Historians

Sigma Xi

Society for the History of Technology



Teaching
Courses Taught
Perspectives on Science and Mathematics (HIS 3505)

The Historian's Craft (HIS2050)

Research Methods (ISC 3523C)

Readings in History of Science (HIS6906-01)

Special Topics in History: Historian's Craft (HIS4930-06)

Approaches to History (HIS6934-04)

Readings in WWII/Cold War (HIS 5909)

Senior Seminar: Technology in America (HIS 4935)

Special Topics in History: Scientific Controversies (HIS6934)

Special topics in History: Technology in America (HIS6934)

Readings in the History of Mathematics (HIS6909-46)

Readings on Gender in Science/Technology (HIS6909-42)

Readings in the History of the Military and Science (HIS5909-12)

Readings in the History of WWII Technology (HIS4906)

Special Topics in History: Earth Science (HIS6934)

Special Topics in History: Women in Science and Technology (HIS6934)

Readings in Environmental History (HIS6909)

Readings in the History of Geology (HIS6909)

Readings in the History of Technology (HIS4906)

Special Topics in History: History of Technology (HIS4930)

Special Topics in History: Science and the Cold War (HIS4930)

Special Topics in History: Science and the Cold War (HIS5935)

History of Science (HIS3464)

Special Topics in History: Scientific Controversies (HIS5935)

Special Topics in History: Scientific Controversies (HIS4930)

Stone Tools to Spacecraft: Introductory History of Technology (HIST180)

Technical Writing (experimental version) (ENL341)

Technology in America (HIST380)

Evolutionary theory (HIST389)

History of Science: An Introduction (HIST170)

Controlling Nature (HIST484)

Natural Science to Geophysics: History of Earth Science (HIST382)



New Course Development
Historian's Craft (2014)

Perspectives on Science and Mathematics (2010)

Special Topics in History: History of Earth Science (2010)

Special Topics in History: Women in Science and Technology (2010)

Science and the Cold War (2009)

Special Topics in History: History of Technology (2009)

Special Topics in History: Science and the Cold War (2009)

History of Science (2008)

Special Topics in History: Scientific Controversies (2008)

Special Topics in History: Scientific Controversies (2008)



Doctoral Committee Chair
MacLeod, M. C., graduate. (2014). A Society in Flux: A Study of Female Education in Early Nineteenth Century France.

Doctoral Committee Member
Stern, G. N., graduate. (2015).

Pyles, J. I., graduate. (2015).

Weber, J. M., graduate. (2013).

Biegel, C. A., doctoral candidate.

Kinney, D. J., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Callahan, K. M., graduate. (2015).

Halperin, D. J., graduate. (2015).

Sparaco, L. H., doctoral candidate.

Weihs, R. R., doctoral candidate.

Gooden, S. L., doctoral student.

Master's Committee Chair
Bowes, M. K., graduate. (2014).

Master's Committee Cochair
Rice, J. A., graduate. (2010). The Wars that Never Were: American Air Power and Conflict Deterrence in the Twentieth Century.

Master's Committee Member
Mikhail, A., graduate. (2013).

Duda, K. M., graduate. (2013).

Burger, T. L., graduate. (2012).

Savory-Levine, A., graduate. (2012).

Gauding, M. S., graduate. (2011).

Engel, J. T., graduate. (2011).



AP History Curriculum Development
Harper, K. C., Doel, R. E., & Kinney, D. J. (2012). AP US History Curriculum Module: Work, Exchange, and Technology. College Board.

Mentoring of non-FSU Students
Harper, K. C. (2011). Mentor faculty for the Hydrosynthesis Summer Institute (1 June - 16 July 2010) and continuing advisement for 20 graduate students from around the country studying water quality/quantity in the US Northeast during the 20th century. City College of New York/City University of New York/National Science Foundation/Consortium for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc.
Harper, K. C. (2011–2012). External reviewer for Dania Aschermann. Aarhus University.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Flick, R. E., Chadwick, D. B., Briscoe, J., & Harper, K. C. (2012). "Flooding" versus "Inundation". EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 93(38), 365. Retrieved from http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2012/2012EO380009.shtml doi:10.1029/2012EO380009
Harper, K. C. (2008). Climate control: United States weather modification in the cold war and beyond. Endeavour, 32(1), 20-26.
Doel, R. E., & Harper, K. C. (2006). Prometheus unleashed: science as a diplomatic weapon in the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. Osiris, 21, 66-85. Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/507136
Harper, K. C. (2006). Meteorology's struggle for professional recognition in the USA (1900-1950). Annals of Science, 63(2), 179-199. Retrieved from http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all?content=10.1080/00033790600554627
Harper, K. C. (2004). The Scandinavian tag-team: providers of atmospheric reality to numerical weather prediction efforts in the United States (1948-1955). History of Meteorology, 1, 84-91. Retrieved from http://www.meteohistory.org/2004proceedings1.1/
Harper, K. C. (2003). Research from the boundary layer: civilian leadership, military funding, and the development of numerical weather prediction (1946-1955). Social Studies of Science, 33(5), 667-696. Retrieved from http://sss.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/33/5/667

Refereed Books
Harper, K. C. (in press). Weather by Design: State Control of the Atmosphere in 20th Century America. University of Chicago Press.
Harper, K. C. (2008). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Edited Books
Doel, R. E., Harper, K. C., & Heymann, M. (Eds.). (in press). Exploring Greenland: Cold War Science and Technology on Ice. Palgrave Macmillan.

Refereed Book Chapters
Harper, K. C. (2015). Cold War Atmospheric Sciences in the United States: From Modeling to Control. In J. A. E. F. van Dongen (Ed.), Cold War Science and the Transatlantic Circulation of Knowledge (pp. 215-242). Leiden: Brill Publisher.
Harper, K. C., & Doel, R. E. (2010). Environmental Diplomacy in the Cold War: Weather Control, the United States, and India, 1966-1967. In J. McNeill, & C. Unger (Eds.), Environmental Histories of the Cold War (pp. 115-137). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Refereed Encyclopedia Entries
Harper, K. C. (2014). Weather Forecasting by Numerical Processes. In James Trefil (Ed.), Discoveries of Modern Science: Exploration, Invention, Technology. Gale-Cengage.
Harper, K. C. (2014). Global Warming. In Hugh Slotten (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Scientific, Medical, and Technological History. London: Oxford University Press.
Harper, K. C. (2014). Meteorology and Climatology. In Hugh Slotten (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Scientific, Medical, and Technological History. London: Oxford University Press.
Doel, R. E., & Harper, K. C. (2007). Marie Tharp. In Noretta Koertge (Ed.), New Dictionary of Scientific Biography (p. 29-31). New York: Charles Scribner and Sons.
Harper, K. C. (2007). Joseph J. Smagorinsky. In Noretta Koertge (Ed.), New Dictionary of Scientific Biography (p. 469-472). New York: Charles Scribner and Sons.
Harper, K. C. (2007). Jule Gregory Charney. In Noretta Koertge (Ed.), New Dictionary of Scientific Biography (p. 98-102). New York: Charles Scribner and Sons.

Invited Reviews
Harper, K. (in press). Science and Technology in the Global Cold War edited by Naomi Oreskes and John Krige. Isis, 1 page.
Harper, K. (2014). Jacob Darwin Hamblin, Arming Mother Nature: The Birth of Catastrophic Environmentalism. H-Environment Roundtable Review, 4(5). Retrieved from https://networks.h-net.org/jacob-darwin-hamblin-arming-mother-nature-birth-catastrophic-environmentalism-roundtable-review-vol
Harper, K. C. (2013). American Sunshine: Diseases of Darkness and the Quest for Natural Light by Daniel Freund. Isis, 104 (4), 855.
Harper, K. C. (2012). Engineering Nature: Water, Development, and the Global Spread of Engineering Expertise by Jessica B. Teisch. Isis, 103(1), 203-204. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/666441
Harper, K. C. (2011). In Search of the Untouched Everglades. H-Net Environment/H-Net Reviews, 1-2. Retrieved from https://www.h-net.org/reviews/showpdf.php?id=33411
Harper, K. C. (2011). A professor, a president and a meteor by Cathryn Prince. History: Reviews of New Books, 39:4, 112-113 (2011), 39(4), 112-113. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03612759.2011.598105.
Harper, K. C. (2010). Atmospheric Science at NASA: A History by Erik M. Conway. American Historical Review, 115(2), 574-575.
Harper, K. C. (2010). Nevada's Environmental Legacy: Progress or Plunder by James Hulse. History: Review of New Books, 38(1), 19.
Harper, K. C. (2009). Disrupting Science. Social Movements, American Scientists, and the Politics of the Military, 1945-1975 by Kelly Moore. Isis, 100(1), 197-199. Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/599693
Harper, K. C. (2006). Predicting the Weather: Victorians and the Science of Meteorology by Katharine Anderson. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 87, 1585-1588.
Harper, K. C. (2004). Schonland, Scientist and Soldier: From lightning on the veld to nuclear power at Harwell: the life of Field Marshall Montgomery's scientific adviser by Brian Austin. Isis, 95(4), 709. Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/432310?prevSearch=%2528harper%2529%2BAND%2B%255Bjournal%253A%2Bisis%255D&searchHistoryKey=
Harper, K. C. (2002). An Ocean in Common: American Naval Officers, Scientists, and the Ocean Environment by Gary E. Weir. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 83, 1665-1667.
Harper, K. C. (2002). Eyewitness: Evolution of the Atmospheric Sciences by Robert G. Fleagle. Isis, 93(4), 751-752. Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/376060?prevSearch=%2528harper%2529%2BAND%2B%255Bjournal%253A%2Bisis%255D&searchHistoryKey=

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Harper, K. C. (2012). AGU's Historical records move to the Niels Bohr Library and Archives. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 98(45), 459. Retrieved from http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2012/2012EO450012.shtml doi:10.1029/2012EO450012, 2012
Harper, K. C., Uccelini, L., Kalnay, E., Carey, K., & Morone, L. (2007). Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of Operational Numerical Weather Prediction, 14-17 June 2004. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 88, 639-650. Retrieved from http://journals.ametsoc.org/toc/bams/88/5

Nonrefereed Books
Harper, K. C. (2007). Weather and Climate: Decade by Decade. Facts on File, Inc.
Harper, K. C. (2005). Hurricane Andrew. Facts on File, Inc.
Harper, K. C. (2005). The Mount St. Helens Volcanic Eruptions. Facts on File, Inc.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Harper, K. (presented 2014, November). Early Numerical Weather Prediction: Modeling the weather, yes. The climate? Not so much. Paper presented at Climate in meteorology, meteorology in climate studies, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. (International)
Doel, R. E., & Harper, K. C. (presented 2014). Scientists as Public Intellectuals in Early Cold War America: Physicists in Comparative Perspective. Paper presented at 5th Annual Conference on Public Intellectuals, Lawrence Friedman, Organizer, Cambridge, MA. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2013, December). Cold War Atmospheric Sciences – from Modeling to Control. Paper presented at Cold War Science, Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2013, October). A Nobel Laureate turns Public Intellectual: Irving Langmuir and the Promotion of Weather Control. Paper presented at European Conference on Public Intellectuals, Luso-American Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2010, December). Tapping Water from the Atmosphere: The Bureau of Reclamation's Project Skywater. Paper presented at 2010 Annual Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2010, June). Numerical meteorology and epistemic uncertainty in the mid twentieth century. Paper presented at Exploring Epistemic Shifts in Computer Based Environmental Sciences, European Science Foundation, Aarhus, Denmark. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2009, November). The nation who controls the weather controls the world: how the Soviets spurred U.S. weather control research during the cold war. Paper presented at History of Resource Exploitation in Polar Areas -- International Polar Year Project, Large Scale Historical Exploitations of Polar Areas (LASHIPA), St Petersburg, Russia (European University). (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2009, September). Beyond polar lows and arctic highs: how northern scientists influenced meteorology. Paper presented at Out of the Cold: Scientific Ways of Knowing in the Histories of the Circumpolar Arctic, BOREAS-European Science Foundation, Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2007, July). Edging toward control: forecasting, modeling, and controlling the weather in the 20th century. Paper presented at Toward History of Earth System Science, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Lalone-les-Maures, France. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2007, March). Environmental diplomacy in the cold war: weather control, the United States, and India (1966-1967). Paper presented at Environmental History and the Cold War, German Historical Institute, Washington, DC. (International)
Doel, R. E., & Harper, K. C. (presented 2004, March). Prometheus unleashed: science as a diplomatic weapon in the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. Paper presented at Science, Technology, and International Affairs: Historical Perspectives, Georgetown University, Washington, DC. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2001, October). Research from the boundary layer: civilian leadership, military funding, and the development of numerical weather prediction (1946-1955). Paper presented at Swords and Solar Flares: The Earth Sciences in the Cold War, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. (National)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Harper, K. (presented 2015, June). Out of archives: using historical sources of data in the atmospheric sciences. Paper presented at 26th General Assembly, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Prague, Czech Republic. (International)
Harper, K. (presented 2015). It Started in a GE Freezer: Basic Precipitation Research Triggers the Business of Weather Modification. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California. (International)
Harper, K. (presented 2015). Weather by the Numbers? Yes... Climate? Not 'til later. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, History of Science Society, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2014, March). Controlling the Weather...Controlling the World: The Mutually Reinforcing Efforts of Soviet and US Weather Control. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Society for Environmental History, San Francisco, California. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2013). Controlling Foreign and Domestic Weather: Cloud Seeding, Pyrotechnics, and the US Navy. Paper presented at Naval Expertise and the Making of the Modern World, Naval Expertise, Wolfson College, Oxford, England. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2013). World Weather Watch: Scientific and Geopolitical Considerations. Paper presented at the meeting of International Association of Cryospheric Science and International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, Davos, Switzerland. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2011, November). Controlling the Weather...Controlling the World: The Mutually Reinforcing Efforts of Soviet and US Weather Control. Paper presented at 43rd Annual Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Washington, DC. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2011, July). EROS: the political underpinnings of mineral surveys from space during the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration. Paper presented at XXV General Assembly, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Melbourne, Australia. (International)
Doel, R. E., & Harper, K. C. (presented 2010, November). Militarizing the Arctic in cold war North America: the contrasting cases of Canada and the United States. Paper presented at 4th International Conference, European Society for the History of Science, Barcelona, Spain. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2010, March). Water for Peace: LBJ's Great Society goes global. Paper presented at 2010 Annual Meeting, American Society for Environmental History, Portland, Oregon. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2010, January). Cool line for hot line times: establishing the World Weather Link. Paper presented at 90th Annual meeting, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2009, August). Understanding versus prediction in the atmospheric sciences. Paper presented at 11th International Scientific Assembly, International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, Sopron, Hungary. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2009, February). The changing landscape of cold war defense: Congress and weather control. Paper presented at 2009 Annual Meeting, American Society for Environmental History, Tallahassee, Florida. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2009, January). Will meteorologists lose their jobs? NWP and automation fears the fifties. Paper presented at 89th Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2007, July). IGY: Springboard for atmospheric science research. Paper presented at XXIV Meeting, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Perugia, Italy. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2007, February). Environmental diplomacy: mitigating the 1966-67 Bihar drought. Paper presented at 2007 Annual Meeting, American Society of Environmental History, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2007, January). Weather diplomacy: mitigating the 1966-67 Bihar drought. Paper presented at 87th Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, San Antonio, Texas. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2006, January). Weather services as New Deal science policy hot spot. Paper presented at 86th Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, Georgia. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2005, January). The atmosphere as water reservoir: fixing the water problem in the arid western U.S. Paper presented at 85th Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, California. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2004, January). From ad hoc committee to (almost) operational NWP: the non-modeling challenges facing the Joint Numerical Weather Prediction Unit. Paper presented at 84th Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, Seattle, Washington. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2003, June). Squeezing water from the skies: the secret 1967 U.S. plan to end the Bihar drought. Paper presented at 29th Annual Conference, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Washington, DC. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2003, February). How did Scandinavian visitors to the US contribute to NWP development? Paper presented at 83rd Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, Long Beach, California. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2001, July). The Scandinavian tag-team: providers of atmospheric reality to numerical weather prediction efforts in the United States (1948-1955). Paper presented at XXI International Congress of History of Science, International Council for Science, Mexico City, Mexico. (International)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Harper, K. C. (presented 2013, June). Commentary: Borders, Isolation, and Circulation Session. Presentation at Dark Matters: Contents and Discontents of Cold War Science, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2012, June). Tapping Water from the Atmosphere: The Bureau of Reclamation's Project Skywater. Presentation at Cold War, Blue Planet, University of Manchester, Manchester, England. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2008, October). Questions, methods, and underlying assumptions: what are the emerging new histories of the north? Presentation at Boreal Connections: Environments, Narratives, and Histories, BOREAS-European Science Foundation, Reykholt, Iceland. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2008, May). Why history matters. Presentation at New Generation of Polar Researchers, National Science Foundation, Black Forest, Colorado. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2003, February). Science historians in atmospheric science libraries: what we do, how we do it. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Atmospheric Science Librarians International, Long Beach, California. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Harper, K. C. (presented 2013, December). Secret Science: Exploring Cold War Greenland. Poster presentation at American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California. (International)
Doel, R. E., Harper, K. C., & Vance, T. (presented 2013, June). Autobiographical Memory in History: Reconstructing generational identity. Poster presentation at Social Perspectives on Autobiographical Memory, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. (International)
Harper, K. C., & Doel, R. E. (presented 2013). Archives, Digital Cameras, Action! Researching and Writing the History of Geophysics. Poster presentation at the meeting of International Association of Cryospheric Science and International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, Davos, Switzerland. (International)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2009, August). Designer weather: irrigating the mid-20th century US West. Poster presentation at 1st World Congress of Environmental History, The International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations, Copenhagen, Denmark. (International)
Harper, K. C., & Yalda, S. (presented 2009, January). No, we didn't always have computers: history in the atmospheric science classroom. Poster presentation at 89th Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona. (International)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Harper, K. C. (presented 2012, May). Lessons Learned. Presentation at 2012 Conference, UTeach Institute/National Math and Science Initiative, Austin, Texas. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2012, May). Perspectives Roundtable Discussion. Presentation at 2012 Conference, UTeach Institute/National Math and Science Initiative, Austin, Texas. (National)
Harper, K. C. (presented 2011, May). Perspectives Roundtable Discussion. Presentation at UTeach Annual Conference, UTeach (University of Texas), Austin, Texas. (National)

Invited Workshops
Harper, K. C. (2013, May). Resource Geopolitics -- Energy Security. Workshop delivered at Calotte Academy 2013, Kiruna, Sweden. (Regional)

Nonrefereed Workshops
Harper, K. C. (2012, May). Writing Pugwash Histories: From Hiroshima and Nagasaki to Kabul and Gaza. Workshop delivered at University of Vienna/University of Exeter/University of Sheffield, Vienna, Austria. (International)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Harper, K. C. (2011, October). Experiments in Geoengineering: Controlling the Weather in 20th Century America. Delivered at Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. (Local)
Harper, K. C. (2011, October). Experiments in Geoengineering: Controlling the Weather in 20th Century America. Delivered at Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. (Local)
Harper, K. C. (2011, October). Experiments in Geoengineering: Controlling the Weather in 20th Century America. Delivered at Department of Geology, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. (Local)
Harper, K. C. (2011, October). Federal Influence in Weather Control. Delivered at Center for Science Studies, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. (Local)
Harper, K. C. (2010, July). Snuff 'em Out While They're Small: Hurricane Busting with Project STORMFURY. Delivered at Museum of Florida History, Museum of Florida History. (Local)
Harper, K. C. (2009, November). Weather by design: state control of the atmosphere in 20th century America. Delivered at Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark. (International)
Harper, K. C. (2009, October). Tag-teamers and immigrants: Scandinavian meteorologists and discipline building in the United States. Delivered at Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden. (International)
Harper, K. C. (2009, October). The politics of cold war science and technology. Delivered at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. (International)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Harper, K. C. (May 2009–Jul 2009). Drop by Drop: Water Past and Present in North America. Funded by Florida State University -- FYAP. Total award $17,000.
Harper, K. C. (2007–2008). Weather by design: state control of the atmosphere in twentieth century America. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanities. Total award $40,000.
Harper, K. C. (2007–2008). Weather by design: state control of the atmosphere in twentieth century America. Funded by Tanner Humanities Center, University of Utah. Total award $35,000.
Vance, T. C., Doel, R. D., Harper, K. C., & Merati, N. (2006–2008). Wet weather: using oral histories to preserve the heritage of NOAA's marine weather forecasting. Funded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Total award $16,000.
Vance, T. C., Doel, R. E., Harper, K. C., Merati, N., & Kromann, S. (2005–2008). Using oral histories to preserve the heritage of NOAA's Arctic research programs. Funded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Total award $15,000.

Reviews of My Research and Original Creative Work by Other Authors
Reviews Appearing in Journals
Morgan, R. (2011). Counting on the Weather. Metascience, 20(3), 585-588. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com/content/6742620183221961/
Rindisbacher, H. J. (2010). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. The European Legacy, 15(5), 688-690.
Turchetti, S. (2010). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. The British Journal for the History of Science, 43, 314-315. Retrieved from http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=7805816
Friedman, R. M. (2010). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. ISIS, 101(1), 255-257. Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/653910
Coen, D. R. (2010). Weatherwiser? Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 40(1), 125-135.
Howkins, A. (2010). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. Environmental History, 15(1), 145-146.
Turner, R. (2009). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. Technology and Culture, 50(4), 966-968.
Reeves, R. W. (2009). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90(9), 1355-1357.
Lynch, P. (2009). Computing Tomorrow's Weather. Physics World, 22(6), 38-39.
Potter, S. (2009). Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology. Weatherwise, 62(3), 49.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Chair, Liberal Studies Ad Hoc Assessment and Evaluation Committee (2015–present).
Member, Liberal Studies Coordinating and Policy Committee (2015–present).
Member, Faculty Senate Steering Committee (2014–present).
Member, Board, Florida Book Award (2014–present).
President, FSU Friends of the Library (2014–present).
Member, Library Development Board (2014–present).
Member, Academic Engagement and Innovation Grants Committee (2014–present).
Membership Chair and State Senator, Executive Committee, UFF-FSU (2013–present).
Member, Liberal Studies Board (2013–present).
Member, One Book/One Campus Committee (2013–present).
Member, University Curriculum Committee (2012–present).
Senator from History, Faculty Senate (2011–present).
Member, Fulbright Selection Committee (2010–present).
Member, Faculty Senate Library Committee/Bradley Grants Subcommittee (2010–present).
Chair, Graduate Policy Committee -- Review Subcommittee for Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences Department (2015).
Member, Faculty Senate Steering Committee (2011–2013).
Member, Capstone Committee (2013).

FSU College Service
Member, Arts and Sciences By-Laws Committee (2009–2011).
Member, Arts and Sciences College Teaching Fellowship Committee (2009–2010).

FSU Department Service
Member, Second Year Review Committee -- Mooney and Wood (2015–present).
Member, Department Travel Committee (2014–present).
Member, Undergraduate/Curriculum Committee (2013–present).
Member, History Department Salary Committee (2015).
Member, Executive Committee (2012–2013).
Member, Search Committee -- World War II Institute Director (2010–2011).
Chair, Wright-Richardson Awards (2010–2011).
Member, Search committee (3-year visiting professor position) (2010).
Member, Ad-Hoc committee on third-year review procedures (2009–2010).

FSU Program Service
Member, FSU-Teach Steering Committee (2013–present).
Member, Search Committee -- FSU-Teach Master Teacher Hire (2010).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
EOS (2010–present).
Weather, Climate, and Society (2008–2010).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Isis (2015–present).
Polar Record (2015–present).
Cold War History (Jan 2014–present).
Weather, Climate and Society (2014–present).
History of Geo and Space Sciences (2011–present).
Science in Context (2010–present).
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (2009).
Social Studies of Science (2004–09).
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2007).
Science, Technology, and Human Values (2006–07).
Earth Sciences History (2006).
Oral History Review (2006).
Isis (2003).
Journal of Military History (2003).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Endowment for the Humanities (2010–present).
National Science Foundation (2007–present).
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (2007).

Service to Professional Associations
Member, Preparing for the 100th anniversary program for the American Geophysical Union, American Geophysical Union Centennial Task Force (2015–present).
Member, Nominating Committee, Section L -- History of Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science - Section L (2014–present).
Chair, History of Geophysics Committee, History of Geophysics Committee, American Geophysical Union (2009–present).
Member, History of Geophysics Committee, American Geophysical Union (2002–present).
Member, Annual Meeting Program Committee, American Meteorological Society (2004–2008).
Chair, History Committee, American Meteorological Society (2003–2008).
Member, History Committee, American Meteorological Society (2002–2008).
Secretary, International Commission on History of Meteorology (2002–2005).
Member, Program Subcommittee, Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of the Operational Numerical Prediction at the Joint Numerical Weather Prediction Unit, American Meteorological Society (2004).

Interviews
Dokoupil, T. (2015, February). Military and Weather Modification. MSNBC [Television]. Retrieved from http://www.msnbc.com/greenhouse/watch/the-military-and-weather-modification-398118467797
Gyllenklev, K. (2014). Cloud Seeding and Weather Control. Munck [Swedish National Radio].

Service to Other Universities
Member of doctoral exam committee for Nils Randlev Hundebøl, Centre for Science Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark (2011).
Member of doctoral exam committee for Dania Achermann, Centre for Science Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark (2011).
Chair, Social Science/Anthropology Search Committee, Humanities Department, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico (2007).
Member, Library Advisory Committee, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico (2005–2007).

The Community
Judge, Florida History Day (2015).
Judge, Lead judge for middle school history papers and runoff judge for high school papers, Florida History Day (2014).
Judge, Florida History Day (2013).
Judge, Judged history first and second round papers for the junior high division, Florida History Day (2012).
Judge, Judged written papers -- senior division -- for Florida History Day, Florida History Day (2011).
Judge, Judged history papers for competition leading to Florida History Day, Chiles High School -- History Day (2011).

Consultation
UTeach Institute. Reviewer for UTeach replication site course: Perspectives on Science and Mathematics (2014).
UTeach Institute. Reviewer for UTeach replication site course: Perspectives on Science and Mathematics (2013).


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