Student Wins Prestigious Minority Scholarship
Junior broadcast major Randy Gyllenhaal was awarded the Ken Kashiwahara national scholarship from the Radio and Television News Directors Association.
The exceedingly competitive minority scholarship gives Gyllenhaal $2,500 and a paid trip to next year’s RTNDA conference in Las Vegas. Kashiwahara is a retired ABC News bureau chief and correspondent who developed the annual award in 1998. His 23-year career with ABC includes coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial, Ronald Reagan’s presidential bid and the Vietnam War.