Join us this week for a series of workshops on creative writing and film-making, led by alumni and friends of Jesus College who are experts in the field.
In the third discussion of our series What really matters, we focus on a new initiative that aims to promote and celebrate the social sciences, humanities and arts. SHAPE (Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts for People and the Economy) aims to emulate the influence and reputation held by STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and maths – in secondary education and academic research.
Professor Patricia Clavin reveals how pandemics after the First World War helped produce new institutions of global governance, and the important role played by student activists, including some from Oxford.
In the second of our new series of online discussions What really matters, we’ll be exploring how we might approach the economic and societal challenges we face in a post-pandemic world.
In the first of a new series of online discussions for students, teachers and the general public called ‘Discussing What Really Matters,’ Jesus College is hosting a Forum on Race and Education this Friday 12th June at 10.30am.
The Forum will explore key issues around race and education in the 21st Century.
We’ve got a wonderful weekend of celebrations ahead as Jesus College marks St David’s Day – a very important day in our events calendar. St David is, of course, the patron saint of Wales and we are known as the ‘welsh college’ thanks to our founding in 1571 by Queen Elizabeth I, at the request of a Welsh lawyer and clergyman, Hugh Price. We maintain strong links with Wales through our thriving welsh schools access programmes and are proud that around 15% of our current undergraduates are welsh.
Do you have a business idea, or want to commercialise your research, and would like help to bring it to life? If so, enter Oxford's inter-college idea competition - All-Innovate!
An afternoon of talks plus a theatrical performance by Kuumba Nia Arts and Unlock the Chains Collective to celebrate the former Prime Minister of Jamaica.
A panel of experts and distinguished Welsh figures in the field of journalism, higher education and public affairs will tackle the story of Wales and Oxbridge. They offer their unique perspectives on the historical links between Oxbridge and Wales, why there seems to be an admissions crisis from the country, and why Welsh students should study at Oxbridge. Please join us for lively discussion and debate!
In association with Jesus College, Oxford, Between the Spires is delighted to welcome the Chairman of Welsh Rugby Union, Gareth Davies, for an 'in conversation' event with Theo Davies-Lewis.