Faculty Share Expertise Regarding Politics, Healthcare Reform

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Demand for expert advice increases due to uncertain economy, election year.
Cathy Bush comments to ABC

Cathy Bush comments to ABC

Mark Bush comments to CBS

Mark Bush comments to CBS

July 27, 2012

In a campaign year full of political and economic discussion, demand for expert comment from Northwood University faculty and staff has increased dramatically.

Several interviews were recently taped by South Florida CBS, ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates in a three-day span highlighting the expertise of Florida President Tom Duncan along with professors Timothy Gilbert, Dr. Cathy Bush and Mark Bush.

"It's great to see that our friends in the media are getting a chance to know Northwood University leaders and faculty first-hand," said Susan McCreery, Director of Public Relations. "Our students have long gained from our faculty's expertise, hands-on experience, and anecdotal stories, and now the general public is enjoying the opportunity as well," she said.

While Dr. Tom Duncan shared insight with ABC, NBC and FOX relating to the current administration's mortgage refinancing plan and the recent Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report, Tim Gilbert commented to CBS regarding Mitt Romney's message to small business owners who were put off by President Obama's recent comments. And in a first-ever coincidence, interviews from husband and wife professors Dr. Cathy Bush and Mark Bush aired simultaneously on different networks. Cathy Bush shared insight with ABC relating to whether campaign signs are of value as a marketing tool, and Mark Bush commented to CBS regarding President Obama's health care overhaul.

To view some of the complete interviews please visit:
Mark Bush: Non-partisan group says Obama's health care overhaul will shrink the deficit
Cathy Bush and Tim Gilbert: Campaign Signs Saturate Community
Tim Gilbert: Romney takes on Obama's small business comment in battleground state.
(Links to Dr. Tom Duncan's interviews are scheduled to be posted after the publication deadline of this story. Detailed information relating to his interviews will be forthcoming.)