The Reverend Dr. Glenn M. Libby was born and raised in Maine. His education includes an M.A. in Communication, an M.B.A in Management, an M. Div. from Yale University (summa cum laude), and a Ph.D. in Religion & Social Ethics from University of Southern California. He affiliated with the Canterbury USC Foundation in 1995 as Associate Chaplain and since July 1996 has served as Episcopal Chaplain at University of Southern California.
He has held positions overseeing campus missions work for the Episcopal Church at the local, regional, national and global levels. He is actively engaged with the Conference of European University Chaplains as well as with the Global Chaplains Conference. His university teaching has included courses in communication, organizational behavior, religious ethics, religions of Asia, and freshman writing.
In 2020, he will celebrate an anniversary of 25 years of mentoring a steady stream of University of Southern California’s students as they have discerned their vocations, wrestled with issues, and navigated relationships – both human and divine. Dr. Libby works with students representing a broad range of religious, spiritual or humanist backgrounds and interests. He has been an advocate and ally for student interfaith collaboration in Southern California, especially at University of Southern California, University of California Los Angeles, University of California Irvine and Cal State Long Beach.