Clark to host 'African American Profile' on Rowan RadioAugust 28, 2006
Rowan University English professor Dr. Tanya Clark will be the new host of "African American Profile" beginning on Wednesday, September 6, at 5:30 p.m. on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM.
As host of the show, which will air each Wednesday, Clark will look to focus on a wide-ranging group of topics that impact African Americans as a whole and in the South Jersey community.
A native of Decatur, Ga., Clark is an assistant professor at in Rowan's English department with a specialization in African American literature. She also teaches "Women in Literature" and "Literary Studies" courses.
Prior to joining Rowan, she taught writing courses and tutored writing and study skills at Community College of Philadelphia.
Clark earned her bachelor's degree from Clark Atlanta University, her master's degree from the University of Rhode Island, and her Ph.D. from Temple University.
WGLS-FM was established in 1964 to broadcast information and entertainment programming for the benefit of the University and surrounding communities. The station's broadcast range covers portions of South Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Rowan Radio is streamed live via the station's homepage, http://wgls.rowan.edu.
Since 1993, the station has received 112 region and national broadcasting awards. The on-campus radio station is operated by Rowan students and alumni under the supervision of general manager and adjunct professor Frank Hogan.