Gloria Titos has a degree in Physics from the University of Granada. She obtained a MS in Geophysics and Meteorology and recently got her Ph.D in Physics at the University of Granada. She completed part of her doctorate at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder, CO and at the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research in Leipzig (Germany). Her main research topics are atmospheric aerosols and their effect on air quality and climate change. In addition to her work with Arcadia University in Spain, she teaches several courses in Physics and Environmental Sciences at the University of Granada such as “Meteorology and Climatology,” “Physics,” and “Energy Management and Renewable Energy.”