Ever wondered how a College history gets put together? Join Zeitlyn Fellow and Tutor in History, Professor Patricia Clavin FBA as she leads an informal lunchtime discussion with the editor of the new College history, Emeritus Fellow Dr Felicity Heal, alongside three of its major contributors.
Join Elizabeth Kenny and Suzanne Aspden as they explore the music that would have been performed in the colleges of Elizabethan Oxford.
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.
This year's student inter-college entrepreneur competition - All-Innovate - will run not once, but twice. All-Innovate, which is run by the Oxford Foundry on behalf of the University, encourages students, regardless of discipline, to develop an entrepreneurial skill-set and generate ideas, to think commercially and build confidence in their presentation skills.
Jesus College member Arun Joseph, a DPhil student in Clinical Neurosciences, is a qualified physiotherapist, specialising in critical care and respiratory physiotherapy. He tells us about his journey to Oxford and the research he’s doing to enable better outcomes for critically-ill patients requiring ventilation while in intensive care.
2021 marks a milestone in the College's history – our 450th anniversary. The theme of our anniversary is ‘for all future times’ – a line taken from the original College Charter of 1571 and this year we’ll be exploring our rich history, our vibrant community, and our vision for the College’s future, through a wide-ranging programme of activities.