In three upcoming exclusive Zoom workshops, members of our Jesus Entrepreneur Network (JEN) will be lending their expertise and support to Jesus students and young alumni to help them prepare to enter the challenging post-COVID-19 job market.
Professor Ed Anderson, Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Oxford and Jesus College Fellow and Tutor in Chemistry, has been awarded the 2020 Bader Award by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
Our new Northgate development is beginning to emerge from above the hoardings on Cornmarket Street.
The University of Oxford has published its third Annual Admissions Statistical Report, drawing together data about undergraduate admissions for the University as a whole and for individual colleges and subjects.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of our new Associate Professor and Tutorial Fellow in Linguistics, Professor Daniel Altshuler.
Jesus College stands in solidarity with those in our community who have been deeply affected by the death of George Floyd and those who suffer racial injustice throughout the world. We believe that black lives matter.
The first of a new series of online Jesus College discussions called ‘What Really Matters’ - targeted at school students, teachers and wider audiences - took place last Friday 12th June.
Congratulations to Professor Philip Burrows, Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Physics at Oxford University, who has been appointed Director of the John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science (JAI) for a five-year term.
Our Principal, Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, has joined other Oxford colleges heads to stand with black students to fight systemic racism.
Emeritus Fellow Richard Moxon has started a weekly blog about COVID-19 for non-specialists that aims to provide an informative, interesting and accessible scientific account of the current pandemic and the impact of infection in general, based on Richard’s discussions with researchers working in the field.
Stability and reassurance will be critical for our students in the coming academic year. Over the month of June, we are asking our alumni and friends to stand by our students by giving to the College's Development Fund.
Sahana Kalyani Quail, a Jesus College MSc student studying Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation, has co-authored a paper on the replication crisis in psychology and the scientific impact of Prospect Theory and its widespread applications to policy and industry over the past 40 years. The paper has been published in the high-impact behavioural science journal Nature Human Behaviour.