Professor Klancnik is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; occasional instructor for the CEE 618 Integrated Waterfront Planning and Engineering course; guest lecturer for CEE 514 Coastal Engineering course; mentor for the Senior Capstone Course CEE 578 teams of civil engineering students designing urban waterfront redevelopment projects such as Madison's Law Park/John Nolen Drive Redeveloment, Warner Beach Design, James Madison Park Revitalization, Olbrich Park Revitalization, the Lake Mendota Path between James Madison Park and the Edgewater Hotel and Ahuska Park Redevelopment in Monona, WI. He also mentored an interdisciplinary team of civil engineering and landscape architecture students who designed the Lake Restoration at Taliesin as their Capstone project. Professor Klancnik is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin, a member of ASCE COPRI, a Community Board of Directors Member of the Clean Lakes Alliance, and an active Member of Downtown Madison, Inc. He has also served as a course instructor at the UW-Department of Engineering Professional Development (EPD), having led a one-day Marina Design Course and lectured on master planning waterfronts along our nation's rivers and lakes at UW-EPD's Shoreline Protection Course. He has led the ASCE COPRI one-day Marina Design Courses at Ports 2013 and Ports 2016; and at the international Marina and Boatyard Conferences (IMBC) in Florida in 2014 and 2015. He made presentations on the subjects of harbor revitalization and marina design at the World Marina Conference in Istanbul in June, 2014 (sponsored by ICOMIA).