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JSU Provost discusses vaccination incentive


With Covid 19 infection rates breaking records in Mississippi, Universities across the state are prioritizing ways to keep students and encourage them to get vaccinated. Jackson State University’s Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Alisa Mosley, Ph.D., discuss the University’s $1,000 per student incentive to encourage vaccination and other efforts to keep students safe.   You can also hear more from Dr. Mosley Monday on Morning Edition on WJSU News with Cynthia Maxie Milton at 3:06, 4:00 and 5:00 Monday afternoon. 



An award-winning engineer and musician, Dale Morris has been a student of technology for more than three decades. At WJSU-FM 88.5, he was the project leader that made WJSU the first digital radio station in Mississippi. He has partnered with other stations in grant writing. Dale says he “frequently gets questions from friends and colleagues about the latest gadget or technology, so why not package some of this information." He aims to accomplish this as host of the segment “On Tap.” Catch “On Tap” as an occasional segment in the the news magazine “The Full Spectrum.”