Titus received his MA in History from the University of New Orleans (2018) and his BA in History from Rutgers University (2014). Titus is a First Lieutenant in the Army National Guard and has served since 2012 when he enlisted as an infantryman.
“'Geaux Guard' and the Shift to the All-Volunteer Force: The Economics of the Louisiana Army National Guard, 1973-1991” (2018). University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations, May 18. (https://scholarworks.uno.edu/td/2461/).
2018. “‘Geaux Guard’ and the Shift to the All-Volunteer Force.” 85th Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History: Landscapes of War and Peace, Louisville, April 7.
2017. “Setting the Record Straight: Oral History and a Tuskegee Airman.” InnovateUNO Research Showcase, University of New Orleans, November 2-3.
2017. “’War, What is it Good?’ Reducing Inequality: An Analysis of Systems of Military Service and Global Economic Inequality.” James A. Barnes Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, March 25.