Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering (WECE)
Prof. Willingale is the faculty advisor to the student group WECE.
WECE is a student-run, diversity-focused organization whose purpose is to foster community among women and other gender minorities in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) fields at the University of Michigan. WECE is dedicated to assisting in the recruitment and retention of minorities in ECE industries and academia. WECE focuses on the professional and academic development of individuals committed to innovation and excellence in electrical and electronics engineering fields. Although WECE is intended to support women and gender minority individuals, membership is open to UM students with an interest in the mission of WECE.
Summer school lectures
Prof. Willingale has given lectures at:
- the 2023 GPAP Summer School on plasma physics for astrophysicists
- the 2022 High Energy Density Summer School Foundations of High Energy Density Physics
- the 2021 GPAP Summer School on plasma physics for astrophysicists
- the 2021 Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program Introduction to Fusion Energy and Plasma Physics Course