Student Involvement


Student Leader of the Month

The Student Leader of the Month award recognizes distinguished student leaders who impact the WSU community and encourage others to learn and engage with student leadership offerings.

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October Student Leader: Joe Kurle

Current Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity member Joe Kurle is October's Student Leader of the Month. He was nominated for his efforts to ensure everyone stayed safe during fall 2017 Greek recruitment.

Joe is a former president to his fraternity and is the International Fraternity Council’s current director of policy and procedure. One piece of advice Joe has for fellow Cougs is to never fear the opportunities that present themselves, no matter how daunting or beyond your personal capacity they might seem. Do not let fear of failing deter you from ever even trying.

September Student Leader: Victoria Waltz

Victoria is a Pullman native and a member of the Automotive Enthusiast Club (AEC). She's had an interest in cars since she was a child. She was nominated for this award for her amazing follow-through skills and her ability to create meaningful relationships between campus and community partners and the AEC.

Her advice to students is, "When you find something you're good at and you feel comfortable with, just stick with it and become a master at your craft. And you never know, the leader inside you might just be waiting to come out."

Victoria Waltz