Keith Stroyan was a member of the Class of 1962 of Delaware Valley High School. In 1967 he graduated from the Drexel Institute of Technology ranked first in the college of science with a BS in Physics. In 1971 he graduated from the California Institute of Technology with a Ph.D. in Mathematics. Dr. Stroyan then held academic positions at the University of Wisconsin, University of Iowa, Gesamthochschule Paderborn, Germany, and the Norwegian Institute of Technology of Trondheim, Norway. He now serves as a Full Professor at the University of Iowa where he specializes in undergraduate instruction in calculus. The recipient of the 1996 Council on Teaching Award and the 1995 University Teaching Award Dr. Stroyan is a frequent contributor to mathematical conferences all over the world. In 1990 he organized a research conference on Infinitesimal Analysis wherein 14 leading researchers and their graduate students from as far away as England spent a week at the University of Iowa to discuss their latest research results. A frequent author he has published scholarly works including 12 books, software packages, 22 scholarly articles and, as of 2004, has an additional book and software package in preparation. He also raises and trains Labrador Retrievers called Shohola Labradors and has written dozens of articles on these dogs and their training for the NAHRA News, Retriever Field Trial News. The Hunting Retriever and Ducks Unlimited.