Jackson State Business Faculty Vote No Confidence in Dean

Thirteen tenured faculty members of the Jackson State University’s College of Business have voted no confidence in their dean.

Maury Granger, a professor in the Department of Economics, said 19 of the 20 tenured faculty met April 21, and 13 cast a vote of no confidence in the leadership of Ramin Cooper Maysami.

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