Kevin Glover joined the Office of Instructional Design and Development at KGI in September 2020. He supports the Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences faculty and the School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences faculty.
Before joining KGI, Glover was Corporate Vice President at B. Braun Medical, where he was responsible for sales training, sales leadership development, internal clinician education, external customer education, and health economics outcomes research.
He received his Master of Education in 2004 from Temple University and his Master of Science in 2010 from Lehigh University. He is currently a PhD candidate at Lehigh University’s College of Education.
Glover’s research is focused on the design, development, and testing of serious simulation games for female emerging health professional students. Specifically, he is interested in exploring how learner-centrically designed serious simulation games impact female students’ perceived cost value and how specific design elements impact their persistent self-regulated engagement to achieve mastery win states.