Juliet Williams is Senior Researcher in Learning and Teaching Development at the University of Winchester. Her role includes leading the TESTA (Transforming the Experience of Students through Assessment) approach, overseeing and developing TESTA's role in the periodic review process and beyond. Juliet also leads on the evaluation of the University's Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) scheme and the University's participation in the UK Engagement Survey. Alongside her work in Learning and Teaching, Juliet contributes to teaching on the American Studies programme at the University of Winchester and is working to complete her PhD, situating the race woman in contemporary American popular cultural texts.
- Williams, J. 'Assessment That Enhances the Student Learning Experience', Capture, Vol. 5 (Spring 2017). Pp. 28-41.
- Williams, J. 'Beyoncé's Lemonade: A Complex and Intersectional Exploration of Racial and Gendered Identity, U.S. Studies Online; British Association for American Studies (June 2016).
- Williams, J. 'Exploring the Representation of American Femininity and Feminism in the Television Series, Gilmore Girls', Alfred, Vol. 5 (March 2014). Pp. 58-66.
- Williams, J. Exploring the Success of TESTA: Enhancing Learning through Effective Assessment and Feedback Design, University of Winchester's Learning and Teaching Conference (June 2017).
- Williams, J. Changing Colours: What Happens When You Make Enhancement an Imperative, Assessment in Higher Education Conference (Manchester) and Transforming Assessment Webinar Series (International). (June 2016).
- Williams, J. "Ok Ladies, Now Let's Get In Formation": The Impact of Shifting Feminist Discourse on Constructs of Racial and Gendered Identity in American Popular Cultural Texts, PGR Symposium, University of Winchester (April 2016).
- Williams, J. "In my mind I see a line": The Omission of Issues of Race in Contemporary American Postfeminism, Faculty of Arts Research Seminar Series, University of Winchester (January 2016).
- Williams J, The Winchester Research Apprenticeship Programme: Falling Down, British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR). (April 2014).