Glory grew up in Virginia and is currently studying at Harvard School of Dental Medicine after attending Trinity College on a full scholarship. He graduated from Trinity in 2017 Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude (3.99 GPA) with a double major in Theater and Dance (President's Fellow) and Biology (Honors). During his undergraduate career, he participated in research to publish several papers, two as first author in peer-reviewed biology journals, presented in venues such as the International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, and obtained a Janelia HHMI fellowship during his junior year.
Throughout Glory's life, teaching has been a common thread binding his diverse interests. In high school, he worked as an instructor for elementary students learning Korean at a local language school. He also taught biology to prepare students taking AP and SAT exams. During his undergraduate years as a dance major, he taught choreography and movement theory to dancers in pieces he directed. Before his first year at Harvard, Glory worked at BoSTEM Scholars Academy, a novel non-profit, to create a biology curriculum based on the flipped classroom approach specialized for at-risk, disadvantaged high-school students and led the career advising committee.
Glory enjoys providing mentorship to individuals planning a career in medicine and crafting a holistic identity. Furthermore, he also coaches students on a specific pre-dental track to create unique applications and form a game plan.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Trinity College - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
Graduate Degree: Harvard School of Dental Medicine - Doctor of Medical Dentistry, Premedicine
In his free time, Glory enjoys finding wildlife during hikes and continues to dance for fun.