University of Malta
Academic Staff Association


Protecting academic freedom, supporting quality education and improving the working conditions of academic staff

Campus Hub Project
 
The University of Malta Academic Staff Association (UMASA) is critical of the land use and development tied to the Campus Hub Project.
 
The solely commercial purpose of the development, which is transpiring from the latest developments, is undeniable. These include the recently announced exorbitant parking rates, the franchised supermarket, the retail outlets and eateries.
 
Given the public and educational context of the site in question, UMASA calls for more transparency and consultation on matters that include financial negotiations and agreements in relation to the University of Malta and its land use; as well as a socio-environmental impact assessment that prioritises the interests of the academic community of students, lecturers and researchers who are the primary stakeholders in this matter.
 

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Your UMASA Faculty Contacts

In order to ensure that there is a greater facility in the contact between UMASA council members and the members of academic staff across the University UMASA co-opts a number of its members to serve as ‘contact points’. Given the diversity of needs that are found across the university the contact points are chosen to represent the diversity, disciplinary and otherwise, of UMASA’s membership. Feel free to get in touch with your Faculty Contact Points if there are any issues or queries you would like to bring to the attention of UMASA.

Faculty Contacts