The ESPN Clic Info crew is reporting that Tucker Carlson is set to host a series of continuing education courses at the University of Florida, where the former Fox News host currently serves as a visiting professor.
The University of California at Berkeley, which he attended as an undergraduate, is currently teaching him classes, and he is also set to teach classes at George Mason University.
The series of courses are scheduled to begin in March 2019 and run through January 2020.
Carlson previously taught courses at California State University, Fullerton and Rutgers University, and will continue to do so at the Florida school.
Carlson, who was named one of Time magazine’s 50 Most Influential People in 2016, will also continue to host his weekly radio show on ESPN2.
ESPN’s “College GameDay” and “College Basketball Tonight” have also renewed their commitments to continue their weekly College GameDay programs, and former ESPN personalities Josh Levin and Joe Tessitore will host “College Gameday” on Wednesday nights.