The Big Bang Theory 's fictional scientists are looking to help real-life scientists. The show's co-creator Chuck Lorre, along with the cast and crew, has created a new scholarship at UCLA for low-income science students, and will give out 20 awards this fall, the New York Times reports. Including gifts...
The cast and crew of the “The Big Bang Theory” have created a scholarship for science students seeking financial aid at the University of California in L.A. The Big Bang Read More The post ‘Big Bang Theory’ Creates Science Scholarship appeared first on Ecorazzi.
CBS President and CEO Les Moonves, the man responsible for putting “The Big Bang Theory” inside your home where children can see it, is the highest-paid executive in television. He also recently refused to tip this parking valet because he only had large bills. Read more...
Chuck Lorre and actors on "The Big Bang Theory" have set up a fund for a science scholarship at U.C.L.A.
You've heard of more bang for your buck, but what about more bucks because of a Bang? CBS' science-minded comedy The Big Bang Theory and its creator Chuck Lorre have teamed up for a cool way to give back to the science community: by starting up a scholarship for fledgling scientists, UCLA announced.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Big Bang Theory Chuck Lorre
Chuck Lorre and "The Big Bang" theory cast don't want financial need to get in the way of finding a future scientist or mathematician.UCLA officials announced starting in fall 2015, 20 students will receive grants for their education as part of the Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment. Show More Summary
Kaley Cuoco heads out of a yoga class on Wednesday (May 27) in Sherman Oaks, Calif. It was announced yesterday that the 29-year-old actress, along with the Chuck Lorre Family Foundation and the producers, stars and crew of the Big Bang Theory, will be creating a $4 million endowment for STEM students at the University [...]
Jim Parsons takes a bow with a bouquet of flowers in hand at the Broadway opening night of his new show An Act Of God held at Studio 54 on Thursday (May 28) in New York City. The 41-year-old Big Bang Theory actor then suited up to attend the after party alongside writer David Javerbaum [...]
As a show that is, if not actually about science, then certainly interested in using a lot of science-sounding words, The Big Bang Theory has a vested interest in keeping its audience well-educated. After all, what’s the point of referencing...Show More Summary
The Big Bang Theory folks are giving back in a big way. Co-creator Chuck Lorre, cast members such as Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Jim Parsons and dozens of others...
The hit CBS comedy about scientists and engineers want to help to create them for real with a newly formed endowment for STEM students in need of fianacial aid. The Big Bang Theory is taking its geek cred seriously, creating what may be the first university STEM scholarship created by and named for a TV series—and certainly a first for UCLA. Read Full Story
A popular comedy series is behind a new scholarship that has been set up to help science students at UCLA. CBS News reports that the Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment has attracted funding of $4 million, with many of the...
Nerds and geeks alike are satirized and celebrated in CBS’s hit television show The Big Bang Theory, which has aired since 2007. The very same intelligent kids that the show lionizes will now have a chance to study science, technology, … Read more ›
The creators, cast and partners to the comedy series have raised $4 million for an official endowment to the University of California Los Angeles
It all started with the Big Bang! Well as least that's what some future students will be saying about their college education. The television show The Big Bang Theory isn't just celebrating the sciences on their show, they're creating a scholarship for UCLA! [ Related: Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting Confesses Her Love For Tan Lines By Flashing Some Below-The-Belt [...]
Jim Parsons, who plays Sheldon Cooper in the popular television series "The Big Bang Theory," portrays the Creator of the universe in the new tongue-in-cheek Broadway play entitled "An Act of God," written by the author who runs "TheTweetOfGod" account that has nearly 2 million followers on Twitter.
Jim Parsons, adored for his appearances as Sheldon Lee Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, is now appearing at Studio 54 (although it's not a Studio 54 production) as the Supreme Being, though there's a catch. An Act of God is the idea--a...Show More Summary
The show that made it cool to be a nerd is giving back. The Big Bang Theory has set up a scholarship program at UCLA to students pursuing the sciences. The Chuck Lorre Family Foundation provided the initial seed money for the scholarship. Show More Summary
Colleges are often up to cool and interesting stuff, but signing on for a partnership with a TV series takes things to a whole new level. This morning UCLA announced a joint partnership with the Chuck Lorre Foundation to create a scholarship named after The Big Bang Theory. Click To Continue Reading
On television, "The Big Bang Theory" celebrates and satirizes the achievements -- and obsessions -- of brilliant if eccentric science students and professors.