Ungerleider holds a gold ring for his Southwest Championship gymnastics team while at the University of Texas, Austin, 1967-1970.
Ungerleider holds masters and doctorate degrees from the University of Oregon, and a post doc from University of California and was admitted to the Board of Examiners for the state of Oregon to practice clinical psychology, 1978.
Ungerleider was honored as a fellow of the Western Psych Association and is a member and fellow of the American Association of Sports Psychologists, 1983.
Dr. Steven Ungerleider was appointed to the U.S. Olympic Committee sports psychology registry in 1984. He Recently resigned the position due to the findings by Congress and others of widespread sexual predators and a national cover-up of sexual assault.
Ungerleider was appointed to the educational and ethics committee of the World Anti-doping Agency, and has served as an advisor to the American Psychological Association.
Ungerleider is founding trustee and executive board member of Global Sports Development, 1990.
Ungerleider along with colleague David Ulich successfully arbitrated the case of Rick DeMont and were successful in recovering his gold medal from a faulty drug test, 1996.
Ungerleider was awarded a gold ring in honor of his work as team psychologist for the PAC-10 in 1999-2000.
He also serves on the Anti-Defamation League and is a consultant to ChildHelp, Inc for the prevention of child abuse nationally, 2000.
Ungerleider is a consultant to the International Olympic Committees’ cultural commission and the Youth Olympic Games, 2000-2014.
His best selling book Faust’s Gold (st martens press) was translated into 7 languages and made into three films including a PBS documentary known as "Secrets of the Dead" which was nominated for an Emmy, 2001.
Ungerleider gifted his East German papers from his book and the Berlin doping trials to the University of Texas. Two years later, Ungerleider was successful in obtaining the files from the Barry Bonds federal grand jury case (known as Balco) and most recently negotiated the acquisition of the Richard W Pound archive, the largest Olympic archive over the past 50 years available to scholars, 2003-2010.
He was appointed to the International Society of Olympic Historians in 2006 and in Beijing (2008) was named the American attaché to the ISOH.
He co-founded the Texas Program in Sports and Media, and was asked to serve as a trustee of the Harry Ransom Center, 2007.
He lectures frequently around the world on anti-doping, prevention and intervention strategies, and most recently served as a mediation specialist in the Lance Armstrong Doping case, December 14, 2011.
Ungerleider recently attended his 14th Olympiad, participated in pre-Olympic Symposia, and was part of the medal ceremony for the GSD humanitarian award, 2014.
Ungerleider founded Sidewinder Films, the media arm of The Foundation for Global Sports Development, in 2015.
Ungerleider served as Producer, Writer, and Senior Researcher for At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal, which was acquired by HBO and will premiere at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. The HBO premiere date is May 3, 2019.
He is the Executive Producer for End Game, which was nominated for “Best Documentary Short Subject” at the 91st Academy Awards. End Game is available on Netflix.
Ungerleider is the credited Producer for Munich ’72 and Beyond, which won “Best Documentary” at the LA Shorts Film Festival.
Steven Ungerleider was nominated for an Emmy in the “Outstanding Research” category for Munich ’72 and Beyond.
He Directed and Produced documentary short Positive All the Way, set to premiere in 2019.
Steven Ungerleider served as Executive Producer for Extremis, which was nominated for “Best Documentary Short Subject” at the 89th Academy Awards.
Ungerleider served as Chief Mediator during the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.
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Founded Sidewinder Films, the media arm of The Foundation for Global Sports Development, in 2015.
Producer, Writer, and Senior Researcher for At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal, which was acquired by HBO and will premiere at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. The HBO premiere date is May 3, 2019.
Executive Producer for End Game, which was nominated for "Best Documentary Short Subject" at the 91st Academy Awards. End Game is available on Netflix.
Producer for Munich '72 and Beyond, which won "Best Documentary" at the LA Shorts Film Festival.
Nominated for an Emmy in the "Outstanding Research" category for Munich '72 and Beyond.
Directed and Produced documentary short Positive All the Way, set to premiere in 2019.
Executive Producer for Extremis, which was nominated for "Best Documentary Short Subject" at the 89th Academy Awards.
Ungerleider served with USADA and WADA as Chief Mediator during the Lance Armstrong doping scandal; which led to a full disclosure of Armstrong's extensive doping program with UCI/ cycling.