Young Urologists Committee
The Committee shall consist of a Chair and Vice Chair, and two members less than 10 years out of residency, preferably one from private practice and one from academic practice, from the following geographic units: Illinois; Indiana; Iowa; Michigan; Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota; Ohio; and Wisconsin with two year staggered terms to ensure no more than one member rotates off a geographic unit annually. Appointments to the geographic units are to be made by the President in consultation with the outgoing Young Urologists Committee member and/or the NCS Board of Directors representative of the outgoing geographic unit. The Committee itself appoints its own Chair and Vice Chair. The Young Urologists Committee primary responsibility is to advise the Board of Directors on issues of particular concern to young urologists and addresses membership issues for young urologists. The Young Urologist Committee Chair and Vice Chair shall serve ex-officio, without vote, on the NCS Board of Directors for the duration of their terms. The Chair presents at Section Board of Directors’ meetings and is responsible for planning the young urologist segment on the annual meeting program when applicable. The Vice Chair of the Young Urologists Committee also serves as the NCS representative on the AUA Young Urologist Committee.