Jesus College

There are at least two institutions bearing the name Jesus College. Among them are:

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List Of Mathematicians, Physicians, And Scientists Educated At Jesus College, Oxford - Alumni
... used in the following tables M – Year of matriculation at Jesus College (a dash indicates that the individual did not matriculate at the college) G – Year of graduation ...
List Of Mathematicians, Physicians, And Scientists Educated At Jesus College, Oxford
... Jesus College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England ... The college was founded in 1571 by Queen Elizabeth I at the request of Hugh Price, a Welsh clergyman, who was Treasurer of St David's Cathedral in Pembrokeshire ... The college still has strong links with Wales, and about 15% of students are Welsh ...
Lewis Gilbertson - Life
... Gilbertson grew up in Elerch, Cardiganshire before studying at Jesus College, Oxford ... He was appointed a Fellow of Jesus College in 1840 and retained this post until 1872 ... to Oxford where he served as junior bursar and lecturer at Jesus College ...
Alfred Hazel
... Wesleyan School and King Edward's School, Birmingham before going to study Classics and Law at Jesus College, Oxford ... He was called to the bar by Lincoln's Inn in 1898, and was appointed to a Fellowship in Law at Jesus College in the same year ... In 1925, he was appointed Principal of Jesus College, and in 1930 he was made a KC ...
List Of Clergy Educated At Jesus College, Oxford - Alumni
... Abbreviations used in the following table M – Year of matriculation at Jesus College (a dash indicates that the individual did not matriculate at the college) G – Year of ...

Famous quotes containing the words college and/or jesus:

    Thirty-five years ago, when I was a college student, people wrote letters. The businessman who read, the lawyer who traveled; the dressmaker in evening school, my unhappy mother, our expectant neighbor: all conducted an often large and varied correspondence. It was the accustomed way of ordinarily educated people to occupy the world beyond their own small and immediate lives.
    Vivian Gornick (b. 1935)

    Away in a manger, no crib for a bed,
    The little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head.
    The stars in the bright sky looked down where He lay—
    The little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay.
    Martin Luther (1483–1546)