Meet Cásper's VP, Professor Roberto Chiachiri

Zodiac sign: Leo

Favorite color: Red

An animal: Lion

When you were a child, what did you expect to be when you grew up? A doctor.

A documentary and a book you would recommend to communicators: A documentary I recommend is Jogo de Cena, by Eduardo Coutinho, and the book is A hundred years of solitude, by Gabriel García Márquez.

How long have you been working in Cásper? I’ve been here for 12 years.

Why do you like to study Semiotics? Because Semiotics is the science that explains life. My favorite authors Charles Sanders Peirce and Lucia Santaella.

Do you prefer to teach for Graduation students or for Postgraduates? Both. Each class has its particularity. Teaching both provides me a broader experiences.

What do you like the most when writing articles? To see them published.

What are the main responsibilities of being a vice-principal? The vice-principal is an assistant. The challenges are the same for both. We want to share that knowledge with our students in an ethical, humane and responsible way. We never arrive at the end of a process, but our Cásper Líbero is expanding and now is recognized as one of the country's best communication colleges, so this is amazing.

A dream and a fear. Dream: "... the boys and the people in power." Fear: kicking our country with this current government.

What I would never do, even the profession: Sell me.

Best part of Cásper: Human relations.