DSU students serve as legislative interns
Students from Dakota State University will be serving as technology interns at the South Dakota Legislature during the 2011 session. This is the seventh consecutive year DSU students have served in this capacity.
The students are Jordan Schuh and Stephanie Uher. Schuh is a senior from Bowdle, majoring in computer and network security with a computer forensics minor. Uher is a sophomore from Mitchell, majoring in computer science. Both are pursuing minors through the DSU Center of Excellence in Computer Information Systems.
The students will serve as technology interns with the legislature through January 28, 2011. The South Dakota Legislative Research Council oversees the students while they are in Pierre.