“Our son graduated in 2020 with a high 80s average & started university virtually. He soon lost all confidence. He began working with Glorie [concurrent with being] diagnosed with multiple learning disabilities in March 2021. Glorie was the only bright light in his academic life. Sometimes, one person can make a tremendous impact. That person was Glorie.”
– A forever grateful parent.
“I started my graduate program during COVID (while also awaiting an ADHD diagnosis and recovering from major transitional surgery). After barely muddling through the first term, I got on meds, registered with USask’s AES, and received funding for Glorie’s services. Without her positive energy, I was easily consumed by frustration and negativity. Now, I have medications and strategies. She makes me want to keep climbing.”
– Challen G. (they/them)
“Glorie was my English professor at the U. of S., and she embodies the idea that a professor can be a mentor, teacher, and support person for students with personal struggles. In my five years of undergraduate study, she was the most engaging professor I have met…”
“Glorie’s genuine desire for her students to do well is refreshing. She instilled a sense of confidence in me that set the tone for my university career. Her authenticity, encouragement, and thorough feedback made me a more resilient student.”
“As an instructor, she pushed me to a much higher standard of quality in my work. As a coach, she could help show you the way how: not only helping you to deliver academically, but also to handle setbacks and set the groundwork for your long term goals.”
“Glorie supports her students’ academic skills by identifying their unique gifts and building on these through a positive and meaningful relationship…”