Dr. Glenn Moots is adjunct professor of management and a former adjunct professor of economics at Walsh College. He began teaching for Walsh College in 1993. Having taught ethics to business students for almost twenty years, Dr. Moots emphasizes the importance of combining personal integrity and effective corporate governance.
In 2013-2014, Dr. Moots was a William E Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion and Public Life at Princeton University in the James Madison Program for American Ideals and Institutions. Dr. Moots has also taught at Louisiana State University, Saginaw Valley State University, and Northwood University. He earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in political science and M.A. in philosophy at Louisiana State University, his M.S. in financial economics at Walsh College, and his B.A. in political science and Asian Studies at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). During his graduate work Dr. Moots was awarded Calihan and Salvatori fellowships to support his research and has since been awarded fellowship support from the Earhart Institute, the Institute for Humane Studies, the Huntington Library, and the Jack Miller Center for Teaching American Founding Principles and History. He also attended the Aspen Institute’s Aspen Seminar (formerly the Aspen Institute Executive Seminar) on a competitive scholarship.
In addition to serving as a referee or editorial board member for various journals, Dr. Moots has published widely on themes in philosophy, history, politics, and religion and regularly presents papers on these themes at academic conferences. He has also presented on the question of vocation and leadership at business universities and academic conferences. Dr. Moots has also participated in or led conferences, seminars, and workshops sponsored by the Huntington Library, the Shalem Center and Princeton University Program in Judaic Studies, the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Hong Kong Liberty Fund, the Folger Institute, the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, the Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions, the Political Theory Project at Brown University, the Harvard Program on Constitutional Government, the Ciceronian Society, the Philadelphia Society, and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. In 2012, he was quoted in a variety of news outlets including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and USA Today.
Last Updated: December 2013