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Bill Nevin

Teaches IMC 610 - Introduction to IMC

Bill Nevin is assistant vice president of communications for the West Virginia University Foundation, the private fundraising arm of West Virginia University. In his role at the foundation, Nevin oversees all areas of internal and external communication and marketing for the private fundraising arm of the university. Prior to joining the foundation in 2007, he spent six years with WVU News & Information Services as assistant director and external communications manager.

In 2003, Nevin was among the first 17 to enroll in WVU’s integrated marketing communication (IMC) master’s degree program, and graduated in 2006. The following year, he was hired as an instructor in the program, and currently teaches the introductory course, IMC 610. A native of Ottawa, Illinois, Nevin has more than 30 years of experience in broadcasting and announcing, having worked in news departments at radio stations in West Virginia, Illinois and Missouri. His undergraduate degree is in radio-television from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Nevin is currently the voice of the WVU Marching Band – the Pride of West Virginia. He also serves as public address announcer for WVU football at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium, men’s basketball at the WVU Coliseum and the West Virginia Black Bears minor league baseball team, an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He also does numerous freelance announcing and voice-over projects. Nevin and his wife Cindy have two children, Ciara and Connor.