Are you interested in getting involved with the Interfraternity Council?

Contact the IFC President at ifc.president@oregonstate.edu or contact any officer directly with the information provided below.

2018 IFC Executive Committee

Position Name  
President Kyle Daniel
 
VP Administration (Finance and Administration)
Burton Jaursch
 
VP Judicial Affairs Robert Schock
 
VP Risk Management Samuel Malany
 
VP Scholarship
Colin Shearmire
 
VP Recruitment Marketing Nicholas Turina  
VP Recruitment Programming Thomas Sangillo
 
VP Community Service & Philanthropy       Eric Cole       
 
VP Education and Leadership
Austin Gernhart
 
VP Public Relations & Marketing Jonathan Weinberg

 

 

Name: Kyle Daniel

Position: President

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Portland, OR

Why Oregon State?  Both of my parents were Beavers, so I have been coming to Corvallis for football games since I was a kid.  I fell in love with the

campus and the people that live here.  It’s the best college town in the PAC-12.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? My ideal Fraternity community is one where members have the ability to develop their

personal and professional skills, where chapters are competitive amongst each other and always striving to be the best, and where the chapters

are also cooperative in helping make their campus and community a better place.

Fun Fact:  I am a Founding Father and former Chapter President of Pi Kappa Alpha when we were founded at Oregon State in 2017.



Name: Burton Jaursch

Position: Executive Vice President / Finance and Administration

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Lake Oswego , Oregon

Why Oregon State? I chose Oregon State because I was drawn to the great engineering program here and the proximity to my mom.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? One that offers and inclusive attitude toward the personalities and backgrounds

of those at Oregon State who seek a deeper connection with their peers and university. With this,, the community would promote improving on

the abilities and experiences each student brings to Oregon State, whether giving back locally or nationally, academically, or developmentally.

Fun Fact: President of the Water Polo club



Name: Robert Schock

Position: Vice President Judicial Affairs

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska

Why Oregon State? My parents and older sister all went to Oregon State, and after getting into the University Honors College I decided that it

was the logical fit for me due to the great education and college-town environment that I would be getting.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A purpose driven community that exemplifies high standards of academics, accountability,

inclusivity, and leadership. In this ideal community, people feel welcomed, safe, and willing to put their best self forward to help the community thrive.

Fun Fact: I put together jigsaw puzzles for fun; the largest one I’ve constructed was 32,000 pieces.



Name: Samuel Malany

Position: Vice President of Risk Management

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Portland, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I went to school in Wisconsin for a semester and for various reason I decided to transfer back home. Oregon State is a

perfect fit because I am studying Construction Engineering Management.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community where all students feel safe from all serious risk, whether it be from

alcohol, sexual assault/harassment, hazing, or any other life altering risks.

Fun Fact: I am a lifelong Beaver Fan and attended the 2008 upset against number 1 ranked USC.



Name: Austin Gernhart

Position: Vice President of Programming

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Portland, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I have been attending Oregon State football games ever since I can remember and have always loved the campus,

it’s also a great engineering school which is my area of focus.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A united collective of chapters that work together and celebrate their uniqueness

from the whole as well as believe in our overarching cause of making our campus life and post-graduate world a better place.

Fun Fact:



Name: Nicho Turina

Position: Vice President of Recruitment Marketing

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Portland, OR

Why Oregon State? Engineering school, close to home, and a lot of my family members happen to attend OSU and say great things.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community that is involved and connected with each other and recognize each

others chapters as unique and a significant part of the community, eliminating the idea of “top house”.

Fun Fact: My favorite music artist is kygo.



Name: Eric Cole

Position: Vice President of Community Service and Philanthropy

Year in school: 3rd Year

Hometown: Vancouver, Washington

Why Oregon State? OSU had a presentation on steller sea lions at a seminar at Washington State University Vancouver when I was in

8th grade. Wanted to be a beaver ever since. Also, Pullman is too cold.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? Each chapter brings a different set of experiences, cultures, and values that

combine to create a diverse, respected, and involved community. This ideal community does not reflect the stereotypes of the “frat bro”

society makes us out to be.

Fun Fact: I'm a triplet and I have hiked / backpacked over 1,000 miles.



Name: Jonathan Weinberg

Position: VP of Public Relations and Marketing

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Roseville,CA

Why Oregon State? The campus and to escape California’s warm sunny weather for something less comfortable.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community that honors its values by taking an active part in local events

such as community service. A community that is nationally recognized for its leadership and accountability.

Fun Fact: I’m a lifelong Sacramento Kings fan so that’s why I’m sad from October to May.