14th November 4pm - 6pm, Room K2.3 Strand Building, King's College
Tuesday, November 12, 2019

This session is part of King's College London Africa Week series of events 

The session will be an opportunity to hear about the PLuS Alliance trilateral collaboration that combines the strengths of three leading research universities – King’s College London, Arizona State University and the UNSW Sydney – to pursue innovative solutions to global education and research challenges.

The session is aimed at those who are interested in exploring or considering opportunities for collaborations with colleagues at these universities. 

Early Career Researchers i.e. PhD researchers and Post docs interested in interdisciplinary research will also get an opportunity to hear about the PLuS International Interdisciplinary Researchers (PIIR) program which is aimed at the next generation of research leaders with the objective of enhancing interdisciplinary skills and developing a truly global perspective and network.  The current PIIR researchers will share their experiences of the programme.

Speakers are:

Sarah Njeri - Research Associate - Africa Leadership Centre - PIIR Researcher

Rebecca Kuykendall - PhD Candidate at the Africa Leadership Centre and PIIR Researcher

Eka Ikpe - Senior Lecturer - Africa Leadership Centre and PLuS Alliance Fellow