Javier González-Rocha Javier González-Rocha is a first-generation Mexican-American born in the agriculture community of Watsonville, California. Perhaps most famous for its strawberries and Martinelli’s apple cider, this small city is located in the heart of the Monterey Peninsula with a population less than 65,000 inhabitants who are predominantly of Latino backgrounds. He is the proud […]
Category: Brother Recognitions
When Daniel Rosales became the Director of Expansion, he immediately began to lay out the foundation to establish the Chi Chapter at California State University, San Bernardino. After several months of dedicated work, the prospective Chi Chapter is now officially established, becoming the 22nd chapter in our fraternity’s history. Along with Daniel , Jose Guadalupe […]
The 2014 National Conference was a success, with over 200 attendees from across the country participating in workshops that would prepare them academically and professionally. The day ended with chapter and individual awards, the following are the results.
Congrats to brother Macari on his gubernatorial appointment! Read the the full news announcement at the ca.gov website. [one_half] Emir José Macari, 55, of Carmichael, has been reappointed to the Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission, where he has served since 2011. Macari holds multiple positions at California State University, Sacramento, including dean of engineering and […]
This award honors young alumni who have made significant contributions of voluntary service to the Cal Alumni Association and/or the University within their first 15 years following graduation. The award pays tribute to Bradford S. King, who died in 1983 at the age of 28. King devoted countless hours to revitalizing University traditions. Jose Ramirez […]