Ellen is a Lecturer in Education. Her research interests lie in transnationalism, migration, belonging, welfare and young people. She has extensive experience of working with hard-to-reach groups, with a particular focus on student experience and retention.
PhD, Geography, University of Reading
MA, Tourism, Environment and Development, Kings College London
BA (Hons) Geography and Archaeology, University of Manchester
Assessment Block Leader for ED1805 and ED2803
Supervisory and personal tutoring responsibilities across the Department of Education.
Newest selected publications
Ince, C., Chappell, A. and McHugh, E. (2021) 'University Students from Military Families: The Same but Different'. Place of publication: Brunel Uiiversity London. Available at: https://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/22794.Open Access Link
Chappell, A., Wainwright, E., McHugh, E. and Gilhooly, K. (2020) 'The Experiences of Undergraduate Commuter Students'. Place of publication: Brunel University London.Open Access Link
Wainwright, E., Marandet, E. and McHugh, E. (2020) 'Spatiality and auto/biographical narratives of encounter in social housing', in Parsons, J. and Chappell, A. (eds.) The Palgrave MacMillan Handbook of Auto/Biography.. Palgrave/MacMillan. pp. 1 - 17.Open Access Link
Wainwright, E., Chappell, A. and McHugh, E. (2019) 'Widening participation and a student ‘success’ assemblage: the materialities and mobilities of university'. Population, Space and Place, 26 (3). ISSN: 1544-8444 Open Access Link
Wainwright, E., McHugh, E., Gilhooly, K., Hills, L., Ryder, D. and Langston, C. (2018) 'What works? Evaluation of the DOSH financial capability programme'. Place of publication: Brunel University London. Available at: https://www.fincap.org.uk/en/evaluations/evaluation-of-the-dosh-financial-capability-programme.Open Access Link