Schulz Named to NCAA Exec. Committee

NCAA president Mark Emmert announced on Wednesday that K-State president Kirk Schulz has been named to the NCAA Executive Committee.  Schulz joins the highest governance body in the NCAA that oversees association-wide issues.  The committee is charged with ensuring that each division operates consistently with the basic purposes, fundamental policies and general principles of the NCAA.

Schulz will continue to serve his four-year term on the Division I NCAA Board of Directors, which is made up of presidents or chancellors from institutions in each of the association’s 11 football conferences.  The board of directors is charged with electing institutions to Division I membership, overseeing the Academic Progress Rate, and assuring gender and ethnic diversity in the leadership structure.

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