GREENWOOD, Ind. – Coppin State’s Office of Athletic Communications, led by Steven Kramer, received one of two Phil Langan Graduate Internship grants from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) for the 2021-22 academic year, it was announced by the organization late last week. CoSIDA announced Coppin State’s grant along with other scholarship and grant recipients throughout the country.
The Phil Langan Graduate Intern will assist Kramer in the publicity of the Eagles’ 14 Division I varsity athletic teams. The internship is a one-year grant of $15,000, designed to assist understaffed offices and provide opportunities for those who are wishing to break into the field of sports information.
Now in his fourth year as the director of athletic communications at Coppin after two years at PrestoSports, Kramer is the lone member of the athletic communications office. Kramer’s sports information experience includes stints at Wesley College, Lynn University, Loyola University Maryland and George Washington University after two years as an undergraduate student assistant at Towson University.
Kramer also served as a media relations staff assistant with the Miami Dolphins in 2008 where he later assisted the NFL public relations office at Super Bowl XLIII, as well as the Washington Glory, a now defunct organization in National Pro Fastpitch.
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