CEIUC, depending on the Vicerrectoría
Académica of the Pontificia Universidad Católica,
is an open and flexible organization formed by diverse
knowledge areas academics committed to the teaching,
outreach and research about the globalization, from
an inter and multi disciplinary perspective.
Cobo R.,Mariana Perry F., Zuzy Thomas V., J.Emilio
Cheyre Espinosa, Founding Director. Doctor
in Political Science and Sociology, Complutense University
of Madrid; ex Commander in Chief of the Chilean Army
Nicolás Cobo Romaní,
Co Director of Management and Projects. Lawyer, Catholic
University of Chile; Candidate for Doctor of Law, University
of Salamanca; Master of Commerce and International Finance,
Barcelona University. Professor, School of Law of the
Catholic University of Chile.
Mariana Angélica Perry Fauré,
Analyst. Candidate for Master of International Studies,
University of Chile; Licentiate in History, Catholic
University of Chile.
Zuzy Thomas Villalobos, Secretary.
Executive Secretary with specialization in computers,
The Academic Council is headed by
the Center’s Director, who collaborates with the
Council in defining and guiding the plans, programs,
and actions required for the proper functioning of the
CEIUC. The Council will has the particular duty of approving
contracts for research or long-term services, as well
as all initiatives for the elaboration of educational
programs. Currently, its members include:
• Roberto Guerrero Valenzuela,
Vice Dean of the UC School of Law.
• Patricio Bernedo Pinto, Director
of the UC History Institute.
• Tomás Chuaqui Henderson, Director
of the UC Political Science Institute.
• Fernando Ossa Scaglia, UC College
of Economics and Management.
• Eduardo Valenzuela Carvallo,
Director of the UC Institute of Sociology.
Daniel Correa Sabat.
Lawyer UC. Candidate for Doctor of Law; Master of International Studies,
Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona, Spain. (Mr. Correa is currently
in Spain completing his Ph.D.) .
Lima Aravena. Formerly Executive President
of Codelco. Civil Industrial Engineer with specialization
in Chemistry, UC. Professor of the Department of Industrial
Engineering and Systems, and Director of the Research
Program on Economics of Minerals of the Catholic University
López Escarcena. Lawyer and Licentiate
in Aesthetics UC. Doctor of Law, Edinburgh University;
Master of Law, Leiden University, Holland. Professor
of the School of Law of the Catholic University of Chile..
Escobar Moragas. Doctor of Mechanical Engineering
and MSc in Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University,
USA. Professor of the College of Engineering of the
Catholic University of Chile.
Moreno G. Master of Journalism and International
Relations, City University, London, UK; Licentiate in
Letters and Philosophy, UC. Advisor to the Minister
of the Interior of the Government of Chile, Edmundo
Salinas Burgos. Lawyer UC. Candidate for Doctor
of Law, Catholic University of Chile; Master of International
Law, University of Chile. Professor of the School of
Law of the Catholic University of Chile.