Marty Matlock

Biography for Dr. Marty Matlock, Ph.D., P.E., B.C.E.E.

Marty Matlock is a professor of ecological engineering in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at the University of Arkansas.  Dr. Matlock is a registered professional engineer and a board certified environmental engineer in sustainable design. He serves as the Executive Director of the UA Office for Sustainability and Program Director for the Center for Agricultural and Rural Sustainability.  Dr. Matlock’s research focus is on the impact of human activities on ecosystem dynamics at the watershed scale. He teaches courses in ecological and environmental risk assessment, life cycle assessment, and sustainable systems design.  Dr. Matlock serves on six international and national committees for sustainable agriculture, advises 11 international companies on sustainability strategies, and serves as the chair of the Cherokee Nation Environmental Protection Committee.