Thomas R. Cameron is an assistant professor of Mathematics at Penn State Behrend. He is a passionate mathematics teacher with over ten years of experience spanning four academic institutions serving a wide range of students with varying backgrounds, interests, and abilities. He is an accomplished researcher in the fields of linear algebra, graph theory, combinatorics, and numerical analysis. In particular, he has made notable contributions to the area of matrix polynomials, the numerical solution of polynomial equations, the rankability of data, the restricted numerical range of a digraph, the Laplacian spread of a digraph, and the zero forcing number of a graph.