Len ClarkStation Manager
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Bio:Len Clark joined the University of Evansville in 1992 as WUEV station manager and as a member of the mass communication faculty. Prior to his appointment at UE, he has taught broadcasting and communication courses at Kentucky Wesleyan College and at Indiana State University. The Portage, Indiana (official website) native’s professional broadcast experience includes positions at radio and television stations in Logansport, IN, Vincennes, IN, Syracuse, NY, Indianapolis, IN, and Crown Point, IN. During the 1987 football season, he worked in public relations for the Indianapolis Colts. Len holds degrees from Vincennes University, Butler University, Indiana State University and the University of Notre Dame.
Len’s recent professional development activities include attending the University of Kentucky Sports Marketing Academy; being named a 1998 National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation Professional Fellow and attending the NAB Executive Management Seminar at Georgetown University; panel responses at the Public Radio Conference; serving as a member of the NCAA Lacrosse Radio Network in 1998 and 1999.; conducting an internet broadcasting workshop to cover the Missouri Valley Conference Basketball Tournament; lecturing at the Mitch Holthus Sportscasters Academy at Kansas State University; attending the Radio Television News Directors Association/University of Missouri Management Seminar for News Executives; the presentation a paper on the potential of college radio stations presented at the Southern States Communication Association’s National Convention; participating in the National Association of Broadcasters/Notre Dame Executive Management Development and attending Southern Illinois University’s British Broadcasting Seminar. As station manager of WUEV-FM, the station has been nominated for the NAB’s Marconi Award-Jazz Station of the Year Five times.
Len was recently named a finalist for Indiana Sports Broadcaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. In 1997, as the voice of the Evansville Otters, he was named the Frontier League Broadcaster of the Year. In 1996, Governor Evan Bayh conferred Indiana’s highest award, the"Sagamore of the Wabash", to him. Also in 1996, Len was a finalist for Radio Ink Magazine’s Radio Wayne Award for General Manager of the Year, and in 1994 the National Association of College Broadcasters named him Station Manager/Faculty Member of the Year.
Professional membership’s include the Indiana Broadcasters Association, the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers, the Broadcast Education Association, the National Catholic Association of Communicators , the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association, Alpha Epsilon Rho - The National Broadcasting Society, the National Association of College Broadcasters, the Southern States Communication Association and the Radio Television News Directors Association. His interests include Indiana history, sports broadcasting, broadcast management, international communication, and broadcast education. Len serves as the faculty advisor to F.A.I.T.H., the Catholic student organization at the University of Evansville, and is a board member of the Evansville Association for the Blind.