Angelina Jolie has done a lot in her life—adopted (and birthed) several children, advocated for a handful of humanitarian causes and won an Academy Award, among many other things. Apparently these feats aren’t enough for the iconic actress—she’s just been appointed a visiting professor at the esteemed London School of Economics. As one of Hollywood’s more elusive megastars, we’re sure everyone—not just academics—will take interest in this latest development. (Can you imagine sitting in on one of her classes? Sign us up.) Jolie will serve as a lecturer to graduate students at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security, with curriculum surrounding women’s rights and, more specifically, sexual violence in war—topics she’s well-versed in on account of her ambassador work for the UN. Filmmaker, professor, superwoman…we think she can now rightfully answer to all of the above.