In a big news week involving the Affordable Care Act and the partial U.S. government shutdown, College of Health, Education and Human Development faculty members offered their expertise to help answer the public's questions on these pressing issues.
Lee Crandall, professor and chair of the Department of Public Health Sciences, appeared on WYFF in Greenville to answer viewers' questions about the Affordable Care and Fran Mainella, former director of the National Park Service and a visiting scholar in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, spoke to WSPA in Spartanburg about the impact of the shutdown on national parks.
"We are pleased about the opportunities our faculty members have to share their knowledge and experience with the public, especially in times that are challenging," said Larry Allen, dean of the College of Health, Education and Human Development. "It is another illustration of how our college positively impacts the health and well-being of people in South Carolina and beyond."Watch Lee Crandall on WYFF-TV Part I Part II | Watch Fran Mainella on WSPA-TV