This is the first-ever UCLA scholarship created by and named after a television series. It will help undergraduate students studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) get a higher education at the university. The scholarship has raised more than $4 million dollars from show's cast, crew, and producers plus from Warner Bros. Television and CBS.
The 2015-16 scholars selected consist of seven female and thirteen male awardees pursing degrees in physics, astrophysics, chemistry, applied mathematics, biology, etc.
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