The PLuS Alliance Prize celebrates outstanding achievement by individuals, groups, or organisations in two categories: Research Innovation and Education Innovation.
The Prize is sponsored by the PLuS Alliance partner universities - Arizona State University, King’s College London, and UNSW Sydney - and promotes researchers and educators tackling the greatest global challenges in Health, Sustainability, Social justice, and Technology & Innovation.
Once applications are open in 2019, you can nominate yourself or someone else for:
- PLuS Alliance Prize for Research Innovation
- PLuS Alliance Prize for Education Innovation
Applications are open to individuals, groups, or organisations anywhere in the world and winners are determined by a panel of global experts.
To be eligible, nominees must:
- Have undertaken groundbreaking research or developed an innovative educational initiative in the last five years that addresses a globally significant issue in one or more of the following areas: Global Health, Sustainability, Social Justice, or Technology & Innovation.
- Demonstrate that this innovation has made, or has the potential to make, a direct and positive impact on communities globally.
Read about the exceptional PLuS Alliance Prize winners from 2017.