USD political science students meet with Daschle Sen. Tom Daschle recently met with several University of South Dakota political science undergraduate students. The group was in Washington, DC for the political science department's annual trip.���
"It was a pleasure to meet with such an impressive and dynamic group of students," said Sen. Daschle. "The students demonstrated their knowledge and interest in public policy, and I have no doubt that many of these students will go on to lead our state and our nation in future years."�
USD has the oldest political science program in South Dakota. The following students accompanied Dr. Timothy Schorn on the trip:� Jessica Runge, Sioux Falls; Tess Mairose, Kimball; Katie Bossman, Parker; Dustin Konda, Marion; Andrew Brewick, Rapid City; Jami Maciejewski, Timber Lake; Todd Hyronimus, Sioux Falls; Holly Huse, Onida; Kate Nielsen, Harlan, IA; Daren Ketcham, Lennox; Chris Mercado of Canton; Jeff Gordon of Sioux Falls; Kristen Malek-Madani, Vermillion; Kristin Murphy, Sioux Falls; Heidi Combs, De Smet; Mary Ellen Burns, Sioux Falls; Heather Campbell, Vermillion; Mark Devries, Belvidere; Jeff Tanner, Worthing; Jamie Webber, Sioux City, IA and Paul Johnson, Vermillion.