Ms. Kelli Karcher conducts research in orderable group theory, studying the cardinality of the space of orders on solvable groups. She loves teaching, and her favorite classes to teach are Discrete Mathematics and Applied Combinatorics. Ms. Karcher works with her students to apply their content knowledge gained in applied combinatorics to their major/personal interests in order to complete undergraduate research projects. When she's not teaching, Ms. Karcher is a Graduate Teaching Assistant mentor, a faculty mentor, and the course coordinator for Math 1225, Math 2534, and Math 3134. In her free time, Ms. Karcher enjoys playing volleyball and wallyball, kickboxing, and reading.