Monthly Archives: December 2014

Door-to-door vaccinators: risking their lives to help stop the spread of polio in Pakistan

By Svea Closser, Middlebury College In the last two years, more than 60 people have been murdered delivering polio vaccine door-to-door to children in Pakistan. These workers are part of a global effort to eradicate polio; they’re working to create … Continue reading

Alumni Profile: Professor Clement Anyiwo

Professor Clement Anyiwo* MD, MSc Medical Microbiology 1977, is a Nigerian-American and Founder / President (CEO) of the Jerry and Joe Divine Foundation based in the United States of America. “The Masters degree from a world-renowned institution as London School … Continue reading

Turning old books into e-books: our rare books go digital

The Internet Archive have started to publish high resolution scans of the School’s 19th century books and pamphlets on their site. The files can be downloaded and viewed in a variety of file types including PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Maybe … Continue reading