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McShane Provides CBS Radio Commentary During Pope’s Funeral


NEW YORK—Joseph M. McShane, S.J., the president of Fordham University, provided commentary on the CBS Radio Network during the pope’s funeral on Friday, April 8.

In addition, Joseph Koterski, S.J., chair of the philosophy department, appeared on WNET’s “Charlie Rose” at 11 p.m. on Friday to discuss the pope’s funeral, his legacy and the future of the Catholic church. Paul Baard, Ph.D., a workplace psychologist and professor of communications management in the Schools of Business, will appear on CNN during the 1 p.m. hour on Saturday, April 9, to discuss how the selection of the next pope may impact church attendance. Baard is the co-author of Motivating Your Church: How Any Leader Can Ignite Intrinsic Motivation and Growth(Crossroads Publishing, 2001).

In the past week, several Fordham faculty members (including James Fisher; Joseph Koterski, S.J.; Margaret Steinfels; Peter Steinfels; and Daniel Thompson, among others) have appeared on all of the national networks and several local stations including:
Fox News Channel
CBS “Face the Nation”
NBC “Meet the Press”
CBS Sunday Morning
WNET “News Hour”
WNET “Charlie Rose”
ABC News Now
KNX Radio (CBS Los Angeles)
CNBC “Kudlow and Cramer”
Associated Press Radio
WCBS Radio
WOR Radio

Professors have also been quoted in articles that have appeared in newspapers all over the country. Some of these outlets include:
Associated Press
New York Times
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
USA Today
Chronicle of Higher Education
Denver Post
Daily News (Los Angeles)
Religion News Service
News Tribune
San Antonio Express
Arizona Republic
Tampa Tribune
Austin-American Statesman


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