Dr. Mark Meyers, P.E.
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Mark has been teaching at UW-Platteville since Jan 2000. Mark grew up in Marshfield, WI and is a UW-Platteville Alum (1981). His career goal was to someday teach at UW-Platteville… and here he is! Mark has taught the following course: Geotechnical Engineering I, Geotechnical Engineering II, Foundation Design, Fluid Mechanics, Introduction to Infrastructure, Senior Design, and Statics. Prior to coming to UW-Platteville, he worked for the US Army Corps of Engineers in the St. Paul District where he worked on teams that designed flood control projects, including the $100 million Rochester, MN Flood Control Project and the $350 million Grand Forks, ND/East Grand Forks, MN Flood Control Project. Mark earned his MS and PhD at the University of Cincinnati. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and works on Geotechnical Engineering consulting projects to maintain his expertise in his field of expertise. Mark has been married to his wife Lynn for nearly 24 years. They have 2 children, Ryan and Sara, and a dog, Sooner, and Mark also has a son Matthew who lives in Charleston, WV. Mark enjoys reading in his free time (John Grisham, Vince Flynn, Henry Petroski, and David McCullough) and his Concept2 rowing erg.