Political science professor is recipient of Tremere Faculty Service Award at USD
Smith, the associate director of the Farber Center for Civic Leadership at the University of South Dakota, was recognized for her outstanding public service, most notably with the Vermillion Chamber Development Company and raising money and awareness for Parkinson’s disease research. She teaches courses on American Politics, Public Administration, and the death penalty. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Smith serves as chair of the Committee on Civic Education and Engagement for the American Political Science Association. A member of the USD faculty since 1998, Smith was the 2004 recipient of the South Dakota “Professor of the Year” Award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. She received a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Connecticut, an M.S. in criminal justice from the University of New Haven and a B.A. in psychology from Southern Connecticut State University.
A photo of Smith is available for download at www.usd.edu/press/news/images/releases/Elizabeth_Smith.jpg.
The Blair and Linda (Schuller) Tremere Faculty Service Award was established in 2011 by Blair and Linda Tremere of Golden Valley, Minn.to encourage and recognize the valuable role that Arts & Sciences faculty play in the lives of their communities and state. All tenure-track and tenured faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences are eligible to receive the award. Linda (Schuller) Tremere is a 1970 alumna from the USD School of Business (B.S., Accounting) and a native of Amherst, S.D. Blair Tremere, a Sioux Falls native, is a 1968 alumnus from the USD College of Arts & Sciences (B.A., Government/Journalism) and also received his M.A. in Public Administration from USD in 1971.
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