Faculty & Staff SpotlightElizabeth Glynn Chambers

Elizabeth Glynn Chambers

Criminal Justice and Sociology Professor

Professor Elizabeth (Beth) Glynn Chambers, MA teaches full time at Concordia University, Saint Paul in the Criminal Justice program in the Department of Human Services, College of Humanities and Social Science, teaching a variety of criminal justice related courses. She is the faculty advisor to the criminal justice traditional students, the faculty advisor to the Criminal Justice and Sociology student-led club, and is currently serving as the MN Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)/PPOE coordinator for the university. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a classroom emphasis in Criminal Justice from Concordia University, Saint Paul, and earned her Master of Arts degree from Concordia University, Saint Paul in Criminal Justice Leadership. She is a doctoral candidate completing a PhD in Public Safety, specializing in Criminal Justice. She is currently completing her dissertation research involving the corrections component of criminal justice, specifically female incarceration. She assisted in the development of and is involved in Concordia’s Criminal Justice Systems Advisory Board. She is a member of the professional organizations American Correctional Association and Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Her professional experience consists of working in a non-profit community center with at-risk juveniles and her academic interests include a wide variety of criminal justice related topics, including but not limited to, corrections, juvenile delinquency, criminology, criminal law, criminal activity, and community policing.