Keith Chavey has been a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, with an expertise in combinatorics and matrix theory since 1991. He is a member of the Mathematical Association of America and the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications along with several publications and textbook reviews over the years. Dr. Chavey has given many presentation over the years in an array of venues, such as the Mathematical Department Seminar Talks, Wisconsin Mathematical Council Meeting, Mathematical Association of America Meeting, and the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference on Applied Linear Algebra. He is actively involved in his department, such as serving on Department Merit Committee, Post Tenure Review Committee, Summer advising, Editor for department newsletter, Math 147 department assessment, and Department Chair duties. He has also served as Graduate Advisor and on Graduate Comprehensive Exam committees since 1995. Has has a B.S. in Mathematics/Physics, and History from Northern Illinois University (1985). He also has a M.S. in Mathematics (1988) and Ph.D.(1991) in Mathematics/Computer Science from University of Wisconsin-Madison.