As part of our March 450th events programme, which celebrates Jesus' Welsh connections, Dr Mark Williams (1998, Classics and English) explores Thomas Vaughan, Henry Vaughan, Magic, and Alchemy.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are delighted to welcome The Honourable Mrs Justice Foster DBE , Honorary Fellow and Jesus alumna, who will be be reflecting on her career. Followed by a Q&A.
Professor Simon Haslett discusses the historical documentary and geographical fieldwork evidence that the 1607 flood - the worst natural disaster ever recorded in the British Isles - may have been due to a tsunami.
Arzucan Nur Askin, a Biodiversity, Conservation and Management MSc student at Jesus College and the University of Oxford School of Geography and Environment, is to lead a new expedition that will examine human connections to the sea, and highlight the global marine issues facing our local UK coastlines.
Dr Peter Sutton, Alumni Engagement Manager, talks about the ups and downs of managing alumni events during the pandemic, all things ‘450' and finding novel ways to maintain a sense of community while we’re apart in this week's College Coffee Break.
We are delighted to announce that Standa Zivny, Ana Leaf Foundation Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science at Jesus College has been awarded a full Professorship by the University of Oxford.