Olaf Scholz, German Federal Minister of Finance and Vice-Chancellor, takes a tour of College
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Installation of tower crane marks next phase of construction of city centre building
Nurturing intellectual curiosity is not limited to the work of our prominent academics, but is the motivation behind our dynamic access and outreach programme.
The Jesus Chair of Celtic supports the scholarship and preservation of Celtic languages, literature and history at the University of Oxford. The appointment has been made for the sixth time in its distinguished history.
Dr. Sarah Rugheimer has been selected as a TED Fellow, joining a class of 20 change-makers from around the world to deliver a talk on the TED stage this April in Vancouver.
Jesus College will celebrate its 450th anniversary in 2021. To mark this milestone in our history, we will be opening a new £45m building on the Northgate House site – a 21st century college quad that houses, amongst other facilities, a Knowledge Exchange Digital Hub, retail units and state-of the-art teaching facilities.
Construction and architecture students from Oxford Brookes University take part in Jesus College's Northgate House redevelopment programme.
Times Literary Supplement and others put Professor Turner's Chaucer: A European Life among the best books of the year.
Professor Palmer proposes that in order to achieve a breakthrough in climate change modelling, we need to pool human and computational resources multi-nationally.
Pupils from East Oxford Primary School have been celebrating as their artwork goes on display on the Jesus College hoardings in the centre of Oxford.
Katrin Kohl, Professor of German Literature and Tutor in German, talks with Mary Dalrymple, Professor of Syntax, about research, public policy and how they can be combined to help save languages from extinction