Senior academics from the UNSW Business School are part of more than 60 inaugural PLuS Alliance fellows announced as part of the new international university alliance between Arizona State University, King's College London and UNSW Australia.

The PLuS Alliance is a new partnership to help find research-led solutions to global challenges and expand access to world-class learning.

Launched in London, the PLuS Alliance has announced more than 60 inaugural PLuS Alliance Fellows from across the three universities.

From the UNSW Business School two fellows are Professor Karin Sanders, Head of the School of Management, and Director, Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Professor Roger Simnett, the Macquarie Group Foundation Chair, and Professor of Accounting at the UNSW Australia Business School.

Combining the cutting-edge research capabilities and innovative education approach of three universities in different parts of the world, the PLuS Alliance will undertake cross-border research collaborations to address significant issues related to health, social justice, sustainability and innovation. The research will be supported with a suite of related learning programmes to be delivered online. 

Further details are available at the PLuS Alliance launch website.