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Bachelor of Science | PreparatoryDoctor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine | Valmont UniversityAdmissions office work experience:• University of Pennsylvania Admissions OfficeConsultant Expertise:• Liberal Arts College/Medical School Preparatory Course Application and Advancement Planning• K-12 Private School Admissions GuidanceClick here: https://visual.ly/community/Infographics/business/rachel-tobin-yale 
Bachelor of Science | PreparatoryDoctor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine | Valmont UniversityAdmissions office work experience:• University of Pennsylvania Admissions OfficeConsultant Expertise:• Liberal Arts College/Medical School Preparatory Course Application and Advancement Planning• K-12 Private School Admissions GuidanceClick here: https://visual.ly/community/Infographics/business/rachel-tobin-yale 
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Rachel Tobin is a teaching professional and the founder of Nao Now Tutoring LLC.She has more than ten years of tutoring experience, including tutoring the SAT, ACT, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, and English.Rachel is originally from Los Angeles where he studied at the Marlborough School, and graduated high school as class Valedictorian.She then attended Yale University and graduated with a BS in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.While she was in New Haven, she participated in a variety of teaching and tutoring programs, and conducted research at the Yale Stem Cell Center.To see more click here : https://racheltobinyale.files.wordpress.com/2020/10/rachel-tobin-yale-and-class-on-hike.jpg
A cult film from the early 2000s, “Saw,” celebrated its 16th anniversary on October 29th, 2004.James Wan, now famous for his creative work in the Insidious franchise and DC’s 2018 colossal hit “Aquaman,” was on its directorial debut and had made the film based on a script penned by his frequent collaborator Leigh Whannell.The ensemble cast in the film included Whannell himself, Monica Potter, Daniel Glover, Cary Elwes, Michael Emerson, Tobin Bell, and Ken Leung.Co-creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell had penned down the script in their hometown in Australia, however, due to some reasons, they couldn’t commence the production, and they had to come to Los Angeles to realize their dream.They produced a short film that had that famous bear trap scene.The short film turned heads all around the United States, and Twisted Pictures offered them around $1.3 million budget to shoot a feature film in under 20 days.Saw was a critical success and attained around $100 million at the box office, but more than it garnered a huge fan following around the globe via the power of the internet.Even if we are speaking about paper, it still is one of the few hit horror movies made after the 1996 film Scream.The biggest thing that Saw did was that it provided a platform to both Wan and Whannell on which they built their careers that are appreciated all over the world today.They have created other hit films since then that includes Dead Silence, Cooties, Insidious, and Conjuring.The 2004 film Saw relayed the tale of a photographer (played by Leigh Whannel) and an oncologist (played by the actor Cary Elwes) who wakes up in a cluttered washroom bound to a chain.
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In an effort to build additional value and focus on making agencies matter, the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A’s), a membership-based U.S. trade association for the advertising and marketing communications industry, recently hired Donna Tobin as Executive Vice President, Marketing, Communications, Events & Partnerships for the organization.Additionally, The Sway Effect has been named public relations AOR after an internal review martech news.At its core, the 4A’s is focused on providing the tools and support that its agency members need to compete today.To help bring this mission to life, the leadership team of the 4A’s has developed a bold, strategic plan aimed at elevating the depth and breadth of the organization’s initiatives supporting members, programs and content and has also added new talent to support this effort.“The 4A’s empowers agency members to drive commerce, spark connections and shape culture through infinite creativity.With the addition of Donna Tobin and our new agency partnership, we are elevating our marketing and communications efforts and will continue to identify new ways to support our members during this time of rapid change within our industry,” said Marla Kaplowitz, President and CEO, 4A’s public relations.“Our members are always our top priority.By making our marketing and communications efforts an even bigger focus in the year ahead, we will provide the strategic counsel and ongoing support that they seek across every level of the organization martech.”“I am thrilled to have joined the 4A’s team and to be part of re-imagining the vision, mission, marketing, and communications for the organization,” said Donna Tobin, Executive Vice President, Marketing, Communications, Events & Partnerships at the 4A’s.
Most of these critters are harmless, but a handful wreak havoc on their new environment, attacking trees and each year causing more than $70 billion in damage.A team led by the University of Washington, drawing largely on the evolutionary history of insect-plant interactions, has developed a way to understand how nonnative insects might behave in their new environments.The team's model, described in a paper appearing Oct. 17 in the journal Ecology and Evolution, could help foresters predict which insect invasions will be problematic, and help managers decide where to allocate resources to avoid widespread tree death."What makes the bad invaders so special?That has been the million-dollar question, for decades," said Patrick Tobin, an associate professor in the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and one of the project leaders."This has the potential to profoundly change how we predict the impact of nonnative species and prioritize limited resources used to mitigate these impacts."
The chants for “equal pay” that rang out at Parc Olympique Lyonnais in the Lyon suburb of Décines-Charpieu in France after the U.S. Women’s National Team defeated the Netherlands to win FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 caused tweets about “pay” to spike by five times Sunday compared with prior to the match that morning.Twitter shared a recap of activity on its platform following the 52-match tournament, which kicked off June 7.The five most-tweeted-about matches were:The five moments that generated the largest peaks of conversation, based on tweets per minute, were:U.S. beats Netherlands to win World Cup, July 7Rose Lavelle scores in minute 69 of the final to give the U.S. a 2-0 lead over the Netherlands, July 7
As the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup begins today, members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team have joined the lineup of athletes proclaiming “Hulu has live sports” while poking fun at the big paycheck they received for the endorsement.Hulu is partnering with 12 players from the U.S. women’s national team—including Megan Rapinoe, Carli Lloyd and Tobin Heath—as well as soccer legends Mia Hamm and Abby Wambach.That yearlong partnership includes a 30-second spot in which the teammates practice their new goal celebration—called, you guessed it, “Hulu has live sports”—in which the players form a couch, ottoman and TV.The streaming service partnered with its agency of record, Big Family Table, to produce the ad, which begins airing today on ESPN, ESPN2, NBC Sports, HGTV, Food Network and Bravo.This is the latest spot in Hulu’s yearlong “Hulu Sellouts” campaign, in which athletes promote the live TV offering (“Hulu has live sports”) in exchange for large amounts of money.The campaign, which started in February, has already featured spots with six NBA stars, including Joel Embiid and Damian Lillard.
Just past the intersection of Centre and Locust in Centralia, Pennsylvania, the microbiologist Tammy Tobin turned the wheel of her aging Prius sharply to the right.As the windshield wipers whipped furiously back and forth to fend off the driving sleet—a reminder that winter had yet to bid farewell—Tobin announced, “We’re here.” We were at the base of a grassy slope nestled behind the SS.All but a handful of the town folk had fled when the government revoked Centralia’s postal code in 2002.900 Degrees Fahrenheit on the GroundNo one knows exactly how the fire under Centralia started; local legend holds that somebody accidentally ignited the seam while burning trash just outside one of the mine shafts.But in an area that dubbed itself “coal country,” there was no lack of underground material to burn through, so the fire outlasted the people.
The media seems full of gloom at the moment.A ray of light is shone – an apt phrase as you will see – by the work of Bill Nordhaus, a Yale economist who was the co-winner of this year’s Nobel prize in economics, along with Paul Romer.Over the past two decades or so, Nordhaus has worked mainly on integrating climate change into macroeconomic models, and was awarded the accolade for this research.Read more: Economic lessons in innovation from the Nobel prize winnerBut in my view, Nordhaus should have been awarded the Nobel prize years ago for his brilliant work on measuring how well-off we all are.The conventional measure of GDP per capita is widely criticised these days.
After launching its daily news audio show, The Daily, about a year and a half ago, The New York Times started its first marketing campaign to garner more listeners.Hosted by NYT reporter Michael Barbaro, The Daily spends about 20 minutes tackling a particular topic that might lead the news conversation of the day.The team kicked around the idea of a daily news show until the 2016 presidential election, when it became apparent that there was a “real need to understand what was going on and make sense of things,” said Lisa Tobin, NYT’s executive producer for audio.The Daily is on a mission to find it.” Borrowing that same sentiment, the NYT’s marketing campaign uses the slogan, “This moment deserves to be understood.”The campaign launched earlier this month and will run through the first week of September.There will also be 15- and 30-second spots on TV, Hulu and YouTube as well as Spotify and acast.
Tempur UK has appointed Rooster PR to launch the mattress brand to the UK audience.While the bedding firm has traditionally focused on above-the-line marketing and advertising, it has charged Rooster to develop a PR campaign highlighting the brand heritage, product range and health and wellbeing benefits of Tempur bedding.Rooster will look to increase Tempur’s market share in UK trade and consumer media, promoting ambassador partnerships and establishing a corporate social responsibility programme.“Rooster demonstrated genuine interest, solid market knowledge and creativity at pitch stage, presenting relevant and tangible opportunities even before we gave the green light” says Tobin James, managing director of Tempur UK.“Kicking off with a time-sensitive campaign, which Rooster had proposed and has facilitated from the outset, the team has a strong grasp of our brand, product, PR needs and our business, and has already delivered under pressure.”Rooster MD, James Brooke, added: “Tempur has clearly established itself as a leading mattress brand over the past decades.
There's a fair bit of VR-compatible 360-degree video content out there for people to enjoy, but so far it's been pretty much restricted to scenery, porn, and phone launches that nobody really wants to watch in 360-degrees anyway.Basically it found some indie filmmakers and gave them money to develop pilot episodes for potential ongoing series, giving them a Samsung 360-degree camera to get the job done.Six pilots have been released today on Samsung's new VR video app, exclusive to the Gear VR, though only one them actually utilises Samsung's own camera tech.Here's a basic rundown of all six:“” (Sibling Rivalry and Curious Octopus)An original episodic series about design that will change the way we look at the world.
For many around the world, Wikipedia is the first source of information they learn about a topic.That’s why WNYC’s Nancy podcast and Grindr teamed up to “queer the internet” and hosted an “edit-a-thon” of Wikipedia pages at South by Southwest.The goal of the event was simple: Invite Austin residents, as well as the internet, to help edit and include relevant LGTBQ information on Wikipedia pages.“People should have a say in their own stories, who’s telling their stories and stories about their community,” said Zach Stafford, editor in chief of Grindr, adding that the edit-a-thon is providing “a space for folks to come work inside Wikipedia, correct stuff that isn’t fully correct [and] make some pages a bit more queer.”The event ran for five hours, saw 50 attendees (with others working on edits online), and included more than 500 edits to Wikipedia pages across topics like art, history and entertainment.While the numbers are positive, Tobin Low, cohost of WNYC’s Nancy podcast, thinks the significance of the event is much bigger than the quantitive aspects of it.
Powerade isn’t just a sports drink.It turns an athlete into a magically unstoppable force of nature, says a tongue-in-cheek new ad from Wieden + Kennedy Portland.The :30 opens on an old timer working the register at a convenience store.He’s about to ring up a bottle of blue Powerade sitting on the counter.“Man,” says the silver-haired clerk, gazing dreamily at the neon beverage.“If I’d had this kind of power back in my day … my crossover would’ve been something else.
After years of headlines about consultancies eating ad agencies’ lunches, the two groups are increasingly starting to look alike.Faced with new challenges in a rapidly evolving marketplace, clients are demanding a wider range of services in an attempt to adapt.As a result, consultancies are building up creative capabilities through acquisition and internal development, and traditional agencies are attempting to offer more consultative services.“There’s probably more similarities than there are differences” in what Facebook looks for in agency and consultancy partners, said Patrick Harris, Facebook’s head of agency partnerships.“The role of a partner and intermediary becomes more important, not less important, as the market and ecosystem gets more complex.”"Our model makes us more open to coming in to solve a problem, not sell an idea."
PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 was released in 2016 and the multiplayer shooter built on what made the first game work with a roster of new characters, modes, and a deeper single-player experience.Since then, we haven’t heard any official news about a third game, but it appears to have been revealed through a comic book listing.On Amazon, the comic book Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Volume 2 is available to pre-order, with a release date of September 25.Its description is fairly vague, with zombies taking control of “Neighborville” as heroic plants work to take it back, but that isn’t all that’s on the listing.“Paul Tobin returns to write the official comic book bridge between video games PvZ: GW2 and PvZ: GW3 with Tim Lattie returning to deliver artwork,” the listing said.Electronic Arts has not announced Garden Warfare 3.
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