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Congratulations to the 2023 Betty Endicott Student Scholarship Recipients

By: Capital Emmys Staff

The Betty Endicott Scholarship is given annually from the NATAS-NCCB Chapter to full-time undergraduate or graduate students studying for a career in communications and/or broadcast journalism.

This year Sydney Nauman and Nathan Schwartz of the University of Maryland have each earned $2,500 to be used towards their education. Both are standouts among the almost dozen scholarship applicants. Ms. Nauman is a Journalism major at the University. She has worked as both an anchor, reporter and now producer of the WMUC RADIO NEWS’ WEEKLY ROUNDUP2. She has also worked as a technical director, floor director, camerawoman, and graphics producer for Capital News Service’s broadcast twice a week. Through this experience she learned the elements of producing a television newscast while receiving hands-on training in multiple different studio production jobs including audio, floor directing, working cameras, directing, as well as serving as a graphics producer and technical director. Ms Nauman has also written news stories for a local paper in Maryland. Mr. Schwartz has worked extensively on honing his broadcasting skills as a Play-by-Play Broadcaster for the Maryland Baseball Network and WMUC Sports. He has also served as a co-social media director for WMUC Sports. Mr. Schwartz has done Play-by-Play and color commentating for Maryland baseball, volleyball, field hockey and women's soccer for streaming on Big Ten Plus. Mr. Schwartz has also been an associate producer for Terrapin Sports Central and worked as a sideline reporter covering Maryland football, men's soccer, wrestling, softball, baseball, and field hockey. He has also worked as a fill-in sports reporter for Capital News Service’s broadcast. Read the full press release.



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