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Radio-Television-Film professor Charles Ramirez Berg illustrates how students are  influenced beyond the classroom with the story of a Hollywood director’s path.

Charles Ramirez Berg

The Radio-Television-Film professor illustrates how students are influenced beyond the classroom with the story of a Hollywood director’s path.

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Teaching at UT is something professors like Charles Ramirez Berg call a dream job. Ramirez Berg, who teaches film history and criticism, wants his students not only to understand the coursework but also to develop critical thinking and the ability to express thoughts clearly. His enthusiasm in the classroom hasn’t gone unnoticed. He tells his students, “This is what loving what you do looks like. Now go out and follow your passion. You will be happy, fulfilled, and we will reap the rewards of your creativity.”

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