Spring 2019 Course Offerings:
BUS 335 000A Production/Operations Management (campus-semester)
BUS 335 049A Production/Operations Management (online-semester)
ECON 221 000A Principles of Microeconomics (campus-semester)
ECON 222 000A Principles of Macroeconomics (campus-semester)
Todd Chipman earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1994 and his Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Kansas in 2006. He has further graduate credit hours in economics from the University of Colorado.
Todd served in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Navy Commander with 22 years of service in 2011. He served a total of eight years on sea duty on an amphibious ship, an aircraft carrier, and a guided missile destroyer. He traveled to 15 countries during his navy career and served at various duty stations in the U.S. including Virginia, Washington, California, Kansas, Nebraska and Hawaii. His last duty station was at U.S. Strategic Command where he was the Director of the Readiness Division, overseeing the operational readiness of all nuclear, space, and cyber security forces and reporting to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Congress.
Todd taught economics, finance, and personal finance classes at Iowa Western Community College for 5 years before coming to Peru State College in the spring of 2019. He served on various committees and was the Faculty Senate President at Iowa Western.
Todd serves on the Nebraska Arthritis Board and is the Chairman of the Nebraska Juvenile Arthritis Board. He also volunteers each week at Cody Elementary School in the Millard Public Schools district.
Todd lives in Papillion, NE with his wife, Dr. Kim Chipman, PharmD, and his four teenage children, Zach, Josh, Katie, and Kristen. He enjoys attending his children’s activities, reading, and playing golf in his spare time.