Actor Matthew McConaughey Becomes A Full-Time Professor At The University Of Texas

Students at the University of Texas can’t wait to begin their fall semester as Professor McConaughey is joining them to impart his knowledge. Academy award winner Matthew McConaughey is forging a new career path that combines two things he’s passionate about: films and Texas. The actor will spend the latter half of the year in Austin as he has officially joined the faculty of the University of Texas to teach the university’s Department of Radio-Television-Film.

Professor McConaughey will serve as a professor of practice at the school’s Moody College of Communication and will teach Script to Screen film production to his students. The Oscar winner has been a visiting instructor there since 2015 and served as the school’s ‘Minister of Culture’. McConaughey himself is an alumnus of the University of Texas and graduated in 1993 with a degree in radio, television and film. According to reports, the class that the actor will be taking is one he wished he’d had during film school.

While we understand the thrill of the students at Moody College to have the expertise of the Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actor this semester, we can’t help but go green with envy and just want to enrol in Moody RIGHTAWAY!

 

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