Selection Committee

When selecting the most qualified candidates, the Selection Committee is an important component of the selection process. This group helps the Supreme Court find qualified candidates for its various boards and makes appointments when vacancies arise. Members are limited to three-year terms. They should be knowledgeable about the selection process and represent diverse viewpoints. Here are some tips to help you form a successful selection committee. Ensure your selection committee has the right members:

The selection committee is comprised of high-integrity football experts. Members include sitting athletics directors, former coaches, student-athletes, and university officials. Members of the committee work with Spencer Stuart to screen and recommend candidates for the position of President of NC State. Members of the selection committee include eight former college football players, two members of the College Football Hall of Fame, and two current or former head coaches of FBS institutions. Among the committee members are alumni, former players, coaches, and administrators with an average of 21 degrees earned at various levels of higher education.

Ideally, members of the selection committee should not discuss the selection process with anyone other than the applicants and nominated referees. If a conflict of interest arises, the chair may recommend that a member of the selection committee stand down. In some cases, an applicant may advise the selection committee of prior conflicts. The Chair of the selection committee should document any decisions made regarding the conflict of interest of a member. If the committee member has conflict of interest, the selection process will not be impartial.

A Chair of the Selection Committee is responsible for conducting the play selection process. The committee consists of four to six members, who serve two-year terms. The chair organizes the process, reviews scripts, and tracks results. The chair also chairs meetings. The chair should keep in mind that he/she should have a clear idea of the time commitment he/she expects from candidates. After all, he/she is the one who is going to be responsible for the selection process.

Some conspiracy theorists contend that the Selection Committee gives Mike Krzyzewski preferential treatment. In his final NCAA tournament, Duke was given a No. 2 seed despite not making the Final Four. Other conspiracy theorists say that the Selection Committee is biased toward Krzyzewski and the SEC tournament. These theories are speculative and unsubstantiated. You can access prior meetings of the Selection Committee by visiting the Hennepin County GovQA Data Request Portal.

The Selection Committee is appointed under Standing Order 222. The Standing Order also outlines the program of business for Mondays, private Members’ business, and bills for referral to committees. This Standing Order was abolished at the dissolution of the House of Representatives on 11 April 2022, so any inquiries that were not completed by that time cannot be considered any more. In the meantime, you can submit your application online or through the Select Committee’s website.