Glory grew up in Virginia but is currently studying at Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine after attending Trinity College on a full academic scholarship. Throughout Glory's life, teaching has been a common thread binding his diverse interests. In high school, he worked as an award-winning instructor for elementary students learning foreign languages at a local school. He also began to teach biology to prepare students taking AP, IB, 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 created the biology curriculum for the pilot run of the MIT non-profit, BoSTEM Scholars Academy and led the career advising committee. His curriculum was specialized to help at-risk, disadvantaged high-school students and implemented the flipped classroom approach. Glory's philosophy is not only preparing students academically to reach top scores but also how to develop study habits and life strategies for professional success.
Glory graduated from Trinity College in 2017 Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude (3.99/4.00 GPA) with a double major in Theater and Dance (President's Fellow) and Biology (Honors). He has multiple peer-reviewed publications, two as first-author, in biology journals. He obtained an HHMI Janelia Fellowship as an undergraduate during his junior year and has presented his research at top biology conferences such as the International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology. Glory scored above the top 1% on the DAT with a 24 TS, 24 AA (24 biology), and 24 PAT, and he also enjoys providing mentorship to individuals in high school or college planning a career in dentistry or medicine.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Trinity College - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
Graduate Degree: Harvard School of Dental Medicine - Doctor of Medical Dentistry, Premedicine
In my free time, I enjoy finding wildlife during hikes and continue to dance for fun.