- Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University
- Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University
- Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University
Philip Parker has taught a variety of undergraduate courses for 17 years in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and has taught in the Master of Science in Engineering program for five years. He currently serves as an Assistant Dean for Outreach and New Ventures in the College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science. His research interests lie in the area of infrastructure education and is the co-author of the only introductory infrastructure engineering course available (Introduction to Infrastructure, Wiley). He in one of the founding members and de facto director of the Center for Infrastructure Transformation and Education (CIT-E).
Parker lives in Belmont, WI with his family of five. He enjoys raising chickens and honey bees, vegetable gardening, food preserving, woodworking, cooking, and baking.