Very congenial, straight-forward kind of guy. He gets himself sidetracked on amusing little anecdotes sometimes, but they make for a welcome break from the material - they enhance, rather than detract from, the class. All in all I found his segment of the class interesting and well worth my time and effort. His exams are fair.
Fall 2022 - The only way I can describe this class is as both the most interesting yet the hardest class I have taken at UCLA. Our quarter was affected by the TA strike, so the group presentation on an article wasn't included in our grade. Otherwise grading was the same. It was based on a midterm and final, with both normally being short answer and some multiple choice. They were very challenging tests, and there was a lot of material to cover, but Dr. Glanzman did a great job. He is a very distinguished researcher and has many great stories to share. Even though this class was tough, and you are by no means guaranteed an A, I would still take it.
Winter 2021 - Class is split into 3 sections with each having a different professor each. 1st section was with Metzner, 2nd with Schlinger, and 3rd with Glanzman. Overall, the class was moderately difficult with open note/book midterms that weren't overlapping each other with non-cumulative final. About 6-8 lectures for each midterm. I enjoyed the class with Metzner and Glanzman the most. However, the midterms are 1 hour each which is a very little amount of time imo for both Metzner and Schlinger and did not do too well on them with a C with Metzner and B with Schlinger. Glanzman is by far the best professor out of the 3 and gave 1.5 hours for the final which I scored a A. The class is not too bad and with moderate studying you can at least attain and A.