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Stanford's college students are about to get a little starstruck.

Tyra Banks, 42, has landed a new role as a guest lecturer at Stanford University, and according to The Wall Street Journal, she's co-teaching a class on creating a personal brand.

The former "FABLife" and "America's Next Top Model" host, who has built her own Tyra beauty brand, will teach as part of the MBA program.

WSJ reports that 25 graduate students will get to showcase their new media skills as part of the class, and their first assignment has already been announced.

It's called "Project You: Building and Extending your Personal Brand," which means that Tyra's students will have to create short videos to introduce themselves and the vision for their brands.

When asked about her teaching style, Tyra sounds like she's going to be a strict teacher. "If I see somebody not paying attention, I'm going to call on them," she said.

She also wants students to stay off of their phones unless they use their phones to "tweet something" that she's said.

Tyra was noticed as a good teaching candidate after she spoke at a recent Stanford event. She will teach with Stanford management professor Allison Kluger, who has worked as a producer for both "Good Morning America" and "The View."

But Tyra is not the only celeb to head back to the classroom.

Angelina Jolie was rumored to be teaching at Georgetown University after she took on the role of a visiting professor at the London School of Economics to teach a course on the impact of war on women this fall.

In a statement, Angelina voiced her excitement, "I am very encouraged by the creation of this master's program. I hope other academic institutions will follow this example, as it is vital that we broaden the discussion on how to advance women's rights and end impunity for crimes that disproportionately affect women, such as sexual violence in conflict."

And let's not forget, Matthew McConaughey is returning to his alma mater, University of Texas at Austin to co-teach filmmaking this fall. Matthew and "Hunger Games" director Gary Ross will take students through their film, "Free State of Jones" as the primary case study of the class.

Alright, alright, alright. It's time to go back to school!