Teaching assistant Pia Valenzuela graduated from the Institute of Philosophy, Universidad de los Andes
(Santiago, Chile), and then at the Centro Internazionale di Studi Villa Balestra
(Rome, Italy) studied theological subjects. Later at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, she gained the title of M.Sc. in Philosophy - Ethics. Lately she passed the exam of grade on Philosophy, specialization on Ethics and Anthropology at Pontificia Università della Santa Croce
(Rome, Italy) and was admitted by this university for doctoral studies on Philosophy.
At Universidad de los Andes
, Universidad Andrés Bello
(Chile) and at Centro Internazionale di Studi Villa Balestra
(Rome) she has been assistant of Philosophical Anthropology and Ethics. Two years ago she has also taught Ethics for students of different faculties at Universidad de los Andes
She attended several conferences in Chile, Italy, Spain and Finland. She worked as a member of the research working group ''International Law and Religion'' within the project ''Intellectual history of International Law: Religion and Empire'' by The Erik Castren Institute of International Law and Human Rights (University of Helsinki, Finland) http://www.helsinki.fi/intlawhistory
In the summer of 2016 she joined the Faculty of Law and Business Studies at the International Relations Office and in fall term she was nominated as assistant.