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Dr Ellie Cosgrave
Appointment
  • Associate Professor: Urban Innovation
  • STEaPP
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Role
UCL Principal Supervisor,UCL Subsidiary Supervisor
Biography

Ellie is Lecturer in Urban Innovation and Policy at UCL's department of Science Technology Engineering and Public Policy, where she is co-director of the Urban Innovation and Policy Lab. She is also an outspoken advocate and campaigner for increasing the quality of Women's health services. She is a BBC broadcaster, presenting the Tomorrow's World Podcast and the BBC World Service series "My Perfect City".

Research Groups
Research Summary

Ellie's research is driven by three intersecting themes: the impact of rapid urbanisation, technological innovation, and human wellbeing and social justice. As an engineer, interdisciplinary researcher, dancer and trained systems thinker she is motivated by how scientific endeavour, artistic practice and policy innovation can combine to create a healthier and fairer society- particularly with respect to gender. 

Teaching Summary

Ellie is the course convenor of the Urban Innovation and Policy Masters in Public Administration at UCL. This cutting-edge curriculum links expertise at UCL STEaPP with the Lab's policy network and the wider landscape of UCL research and urban studies. MPA students follow a rigorous policy training and take electives in the world-class departments of UCL's Bartlett and Engineering Faculties. 


This course explores two core units: 'Challenges of City Leadership', taught with the Lab's visiting Faculty, and 'Urban Innovation and Policy', designed to visit over 10 UCL centres specialising in cities. As a result, students are able to draw on the unique breadth of UCL urban research expertise and test pioneering policy-related approaches to urban innovation. At the end of the MPA students will be able to identify, establish limits and possibilities, as well as mobilise a variety of different disciplinary viewpoints to address the world's most pressing urban challenges. 

Academic Background
2014   Doctor of Engineering University of Bristol
2009   Master of Engineering University of Bristol
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