Like we needed another reason to love Matthew McConaughey, the actor has added professor to his impressive list of titles. The 49-year-old actor is now a professor of practice at the University of Texas at Austin's Moody College of Communication, E! News reports.
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But, it's not just a title. The Beach Bum star will begin his new during the fall term, which technically starts today. The actor will join the department of Radio-Television-Film, where he'll continue his work as the Script to Screen instructor. In 2015, he signed on as a co-teacher for the class with faculty member and director, Scott Rice. Kathleen Mabley, Director of Marketing and Communications for the Moody College of Communications, shared the exciting announcement with E! News.
"He'll still teach the same class, Script to Screen, but now as an official employee he has the ability to also mentor students, explore teaching other classes and participate in all of the University events," she said in a statement.
"The frequency that he'll attend the Script to Screen course this fall all still just depends on his schedule," she added.
Additionally, Noah Isenberg, Chair of the Department of Radio-Television-Film at UT, told E! News, "As you can imagine, there's genuine excitement among the students, faculty and staff. McConaughey has taken his teaching in the Department of Radio-Television-Film very seriously over the years, and he brings a level of professional experience and accomplishment that is quite rare."
"The official title Professor of Practice is a way to recognise those achievements and to express a continued commitment from both sides."
So again, where do we sign up?