Fall 2022 Course Offerings:
BUS 390 000A Project Management
CMIS 101 000C Info Systems Concepts & App
CMIS 300 000A Information Systems Management
CMIS 310 000A, 049A Network Admin/Implementation
CMIS 495 49DS Systems Project Dev/Management
COLL 101 000L College Success
Monday & Wednesday 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m.
Friday By Appointment
Mr. Griffin has been an instructor for the School of Professional Studies since the
year 0x7D4 also known as 2004. Core teaching focuses on Computer and Management Information
Systems with a special interest in cyber security, programming, and systems analysis
and design. Mr. Griffin holds his Bachelor of Science degree from Peru State College
and a Master’s in Business Administration from Chadron State College.
Currently Mr. Griffin is revamping a computer lab to maximize student learning including
4k monitors, 8 large wall mounted monitors, virtualization and other tools. Mr. Griffin
strives to be an active participant in creating and planning for courses that teach
to the most recent and relevant technology needs for today’s society.
Current research includes contemporary cyber security issues and trends. Technology
use during the pandemic has also been a focus of investigation. These topics are
included in many of the CMIS core classes and are open to eager learners from other
disciplines. Mr. Griffin is proud to have led the effort to include a dedicated Cyber-Security
course in the CMIS core and works to take students to local and regional Cyber-Security
events including the Nebraska Cyber Security Conference to reinforce these concepts.
Prior to attending and working at Peru State College, Mr. Griffin was involved in
the telecom sector including start up CLECs and large multi-national corporations.
Currently Mr. Griffin lives in Lincoln, NE in a home shared with his wife Cheryl
Turner, and his two daughters, Gabrielle and Brooklyn in grades 6 and 5. In addition
to enjoying parenting pre-teen daughters, he enjoys reading, home remodeling, and