Workshop on Research Ethics (4 Dec.)
The University Research Ethics Committee is organising a workshop on research ethics to discuss issues of common concern. This workshop is targeted to all those involved in research ethics, especially members and secretaries of faculty research ethics committees and lecturers of research methods. All other interested university members, including postgraduate students, are welcome to attend.
Besides addressing some common recurrent concerns and Data Protection issues, the workshop will discuss the question of action research: what conditions render valid research carried out involving the researcher’s ordinary activity, for instance in one’s own classroom or hospital ward?
The workshop will be held on Friday 4 December 2009 between 1200hrs and 1400hrs, at Old Humanities Room 116 (next door to HSBC), Msida Campus, with the following agenda:
|1210hrs||The question of action research|
Dr Deborah Chetcuti, Head
Department of Mathematics, Science & Technical Education
Faculty of Education
|1245hrs||Some recurrent issues: |
Access to data and to research subjects
Research that is already completed
Use of check list
|1320hrs||Data Protection issues in research|
Mr David Cauchi, executive compliance
Data Protection Commissioner’s Office
We believe this is a good occasion to share good practices and discuss common concerns, and we encourage you to do your best to attend.
Please inform Ms Victoria Perici
by Monday 30 November 2009 if you intend to attend.
13 November 2009
The University Chaplaincy is organising the following events during the coming weeks:
|27 November||Penitential Service||from 1100hrs to 1230hrs|
|28 November||Late Saturday Mass||at 2100hrs|
|30 November||Week of Guided Prayer|
|7 December||Sale of Poinsettias|
|8 December||DVD Night - The Christmas Shoes||at 2000 hrs|
|9 December||Ecumenical Service with the Archbishop’s participation||at 1230hrs in Atriju Vassalli |
|13 December||December Fund-raising Lunch in aid of Angels Children's Home in Ethiopia|
|15 - 23 December||Christmas Novena||at 1230hrs |
|16 December||Christmas Concert by the Junior College Orchestra and Singers ||at 1300hrs|
|17 December ||Q&A Evening – New Families and the Church|
Speaker: Nikol Baldacchino
|at 1930hrs |
|18 December||Chaplaincy Christmas Party ||at 1300hrs|
|19 December ||Advent Adventure ||at 1400hrs |
|24 December||Christmas Eve Mass ||at 2300hrs |
for further details.
20 November 2009
Christmas on Campus 09
Christmas on Campus is being organised by the University of Malta in collaboration with the University Chaplaincy and KSU and with the full support of DegreePlus and various student organisations.
Click here for details.
04 December 2009
Christmas Concert (22 Dec.)
of Carols & Excerpts from Messiah by Handel
Collegium Musicum Choir
The University Vocal Ensemble
Connie Frances Zerafa - Soprano
Graziella Debattista - Mezzo Soprano
Charles Vincenti and Frans Mangion - Tenors
Organist Romina Morrow
and the University String Ensemble
presented by the
Music Studies Programme
University of Malta
By courtesy of
The Metropolitan Cathedral Chapter
St John's Co-Cathedral Foundation
Director: Dion Buhagiar
Tuesday 22 December 2009
St John's Co-Cathedral, Valletta
Entrance is free.
03 December 2009
The Stochastics of the Spread of Diseases (17 Dec.)
The Department of Statistics & Operations Research wishes to invite you to a seminar entitled:
The Stochastics of the Spread of Diseases
by Prof. Kopp
Date: Thursday, 17 December 2009
Venue: Computer Lab 606, Maths and Physics Building, Msida Campus
All University members of staff and students are cordially invited to attend.
For more details click here.
03 December 2009
Clean Energy and Climate Change (17 Dec.)
The Department of International Relations
in collaboration with
The US Embassy in Malta
a live web cast from Copenhagen
Enhancing US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy and Climate Change
Date: Thursday 17 December at 1000hrs
Venue: Room 202 Centre for Communication Technology (CCT), Msida Campus
Speakers will provide an overview of the United States and China's cooperation on science and technology, and the two countries' recent efforts to expand bilateral work on clean energy. They will provide an update on their new Clean Energy Research Center (CERC), focusing on building energy efficiency, clean coal including CCS, and clean vehicles.
The session is interactive and students will be able to ask questions to the speakers.
03 December 2009
UoM Wind Ensemble Christmas Concert (16 Dec.)
Christmas Concert by the University of Malta Wind Ensemble
As part of the programme Christmas on Campus, the University of Malta Wind Ensemble will present a concert of Christmas-related music at the quadrangle of the University on Wednesday 16 December 2009 at noon. The programme prepared by this newly established Ensemble will include a variety of pieces ranging from Christmas carols to jazz, classical and semi-classical pieces. This Ensemble which runs under the auspices of DegreePlus features 12 of the most outstanding brass, woodwind, and percussion players at the University. DegreePlus is an initiative of the University of Malta sponsored by Bank of Valletta which provides University students with the opportunity to enrich their academic studies with extra skills and experiences that can add value to their knowledge base. Other activities organised by DegreePlus range from voluntary work to sports and are intended to provide the opportunity for one to undertake a more holistic approach to formal education.
This concert on 16 December 2009 will mark the launching of one of the main projects of DegreePlus for this academic year, which project is being worked out in collaboration with academic staff members of the Music Studies Division of the Mediterranean Institute.
The University of Malta Wind Ensemble provides a high quality ensemble experience to wind players drawn from the whole University. It aims at producing exciting and dynamic concert programmes and events. Through its weekly rehearsals under the direction of its musical director Dr Philip Ciantar, a lecturer in music at the University of Malta, students attain skills in the various aspects of ensemble playing. Such rehearsals benefit greatly from sectional coaching conducted by Mr Godfrey Mifsud (woodwind) and Mr Joseph Chircop (brass), both tutors in the DegreePlus music stream. Focus is placed on exploring new literature as well as performing masterworks of the wind ensemble repertoire. Future initiatives by the Ensemble include the performance of students’ compositions, as well as opportunities to students to perform solo pieces. In addition, the Ensemble will continue working to extend its repertoire to works from all eras, styles and places including Maltese art and popular pieces.
The programme that the Ensemble will be presenting in its forthcoming concert should appeal to a wide range of music enthusiasts. Everybody is invited to support this new initiative and to share, through music, the joyful spirit of Christmas.
11 December 2009
The Night Before Christmas (16 Dec.)
DESA has a little something special for this festive season... a play reading and more!
Anthony Nielsen's "The Night Before Christmas"
on Wednesday 16 December at 1800hrs
in Atriju Vassalli
Directed by Erin Stewart Tanti
Narrated by Claire Bonello
Christmas refreshments will be served - Christmas logs, nutmeg based drinks ... everything to get you into the festive spirit!
Event attendance is against a minimum donation of 2 euros.
11 December 2009
Book Fair (14-15 Dec.)
27 November 2009
Malta University Press Book Launch (14 Dec.)
The Malta University Press is launching the following books:
Mark Camilleri (Ed.), A Bibliography of The David Elyan Collection of Anglo-Irish Literary Works and Manuscripts at the University of Malta Library
(with an introduction by Prof Peter Vassallo)
Guze Cutayar, Sthajjiltni Malti ta’ Gewwa: Memorji ta’ Tunez
(with an introduction by Prof Oliver Friggieri)
Oliver Friggieri, Storia della Letteratura Maltese  (facsimile edition)
(with an introduction by the late Prof Franco Lanza)
Raymond Mangion (Ed.), Minutes of the Council of Government of Malta
29 December 1835 to 13 August 1849
(with an introduction by Prof. Henry Frendo)
A presentation on each of the books, chaired by Professor Henry Frendo, will take place at the Aula Magna, Old University Building, St Paul Street, Valletta, on Monday 14 December, 2009 at 1830hrs. On the day of the launch these books will be on sale at a discount.
The general public is cordially invited to attend.
For further information:
Tel: +356 2340 3305
07 December 2009
25 April 2017