Glen McConville earned an associate’s degree in Electronic Communications at Pueblo Community college in 1980, a B.A. degree in Biology from The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 1990 and a M.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2004. Before Joining NOAA’s Ozone and Water Vapor group in 2007, he assisted with the human genome project at the Eleanor Roosevelt Institute in Denver Colorado, and signal transduction of growth receptors at National Jewish Hospital in Denver. He worked as a station scientist at GML’s observatories at the South Pole, American Samoa, and Barrow, AK. Between 2002 and 2007 he returned to National Jewish Hospital to study health effects of ozone exposure. Currently Glen is the lead of the Dobson project for measuring total column ozone. He’s responsible for maintaining and calibrating Dobson spectrophotometers within NOAA, as well as world regional standards for the World Meteorological Organization’s Global atmospheric Watch.