UCEazy Hires Two Senior Executives to Support Company Growth

The online academy simplifies the high school journey and college admissions process for students whose parents were educated outside the U.S.

It’s an exciting time at UCEazy as we strengthen our leadership team with the addition of Shari and Dennis.”

— Vinnie Gupta, co-founder & CEO of UCEazy

CUPTERTINO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — UCEazy, an online academy for college admissions, is excited to announce the hiring of Dennis Yan as its vice president of customer success and Shari Schussel as its College Prep Program director. UCEazy assists students, with parents educated outside the U.S., navigate the high school experience and college admissions process. Based in Silicon Valley, UCEazy has experts located nationwide who host one-on-one meetings and group classes via high-quality video conference.

“It’s an exciting time at UCEazy as we strengthen our leadership team with the addition of Shari and Dennis,” said Vinnie Gupta, co-founder & CEO of UCEazy. “During the pandemic, demand for our online service has increased due to remote schooling and the uncertainty around standardized testing.”

Yan oversees the experience for students and their parents as they progress through the UCEazy program. This also includes discovering the perfect match for their college education and career path.

“As an immigrant from China who has worked as an admissions officer, I want to ensure that students find their passions in life,” said Yan. “Based on both my personal and professional experience, I am excited to truly support the next generation reach their full potential.”

Yan has built a distinguished career in education, primarily handling leadership roles in college admissions and recruiting. He has served as the Purdue University director of admissions for the Southern California region. He also developed the recruitment strategy for Northern Arizona University. In addition, Yan was one of two readers for UC Berkeley’s newly formed M.E.T. (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology) Program.

Schussel leads the College Prep Program, which works with students during 8th-10th grades. These years are the essential to build a strong foundation for success in college and beyond. Then, students transition to UCEazy’s College Admission Program as juniors and seniors.

“A strong College Prep Program is important to developing future leaders who are able to deal with the obstacles that may come their way,” said Schussel. “My job at UCEazy is to redefine the college admissions counseling industry for eighth through 10th grade students to ensure they are ready for the college admissions process by taking advantage of their most important years in high school.”

Schussel has extensive experience as a school counselor at a highly regarded public high school in addition to serving as an external application reader for UC Berkeley. With a strong background in college admissions and in social and emotional program development, she will lead the counseling team to excel in student development.

UCEazy is an educational organization that offers proprietary programs for students in grades eight through 12. In addition to college admissions counselors, UCEazy offers activity specialists, essay coaches, study skills, career planning and family coaches. Group classes are also offered on a variety of topics. The company’s high-quality counselors are hand-picked experts that have earned at least a master's degree in their field and average more than 15 years of field experience.

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Louise Bryson Named as Board Chair for Public Media Group of Southern California – PBS SoCal, KCET & Link TV

Pictured: Louise Bryson, Anne Gates, Dick Cook. Images Courtesy of the Public Media Group of Southern California

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Committed to Educating, Informing and Inspiring the Community, Anne Gates is Also Announced as Vice Chair;
Bryson Succeeds Dick Cook Who Continues on Board

Public television has never been more important…I am deeply honored to work with our engaged Board of Directors to continue to use the power of media for the public good.”

— Louise Bryson

L.A. , CA, USA, October 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Public Media Group of Southern California, the parent organization of PBS SoCal, KCET and Link TV, today named Louise Bryson as Chairperson of the Board of Directors and Anne Gates as Vice Chair of the Board. The new leadership team is committed to serving the public good through the organization’s commitment to education, the arts, public affairs and social justice issues. Bryson will succeed 38-year Disney veteran Dick Cook, who is stepping down after seven years as Chair, but will remain on the Board.

Bryson brings to the position a 30+ year career in media, including President of Distribution for Lifetime Entertainment Services, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Lifetime Movie Networks as well as serving 12 years on the Board of Trustees of the J. Paul Getty Trust, four as Chair of the Board. Gates previously served as President of MGA Entertainment, the largest privately-held U.S. toy company, and as Executive Vice President and CFO of The Disney Company’s Consumer Products Division.

“We are excited to have this extraordinary leadership from two civic and entertainment business leaders. I look forward to collaborating with both Louise Bryson and Anne Gates as we advance our public media mission to provide an essential connection for Southern Californians to their community and the wider world,” said Andrew Russell, President and CEO of Public Media Group of Southern California. “As our new Board Chair, Louise Bryson is a widely respected leader whose depth of experience across philanthropic and creative organizations makes her ideally suited to help our stations navigate opportunities during this continually changing media landscape.”

“Public television has never been more important. I am proud of the role our local stations have played these past months with the challenges our communities have faced. PBS SoCal, KCET and Link TV have an opportunity to strengthen the fabric of Southern California and share distinctive perspectives with the rest of the country. I am deeply honored to build on the significant accomplishments of Dick Cook and Andrew Russell and to work with our engaged Board of Directors to continue to use the power of media for the public good,” said Louise Bryson.

Bryson started her career as a producer/writer for public television and has continued her interest in public media by serving as a Lifetime Trustee of Southern California Public Radio, a former Chair of the Board of KCET and was previously a member of the PBS National Board, which honored her with the 1998 Award for Excellence in Public Television Leadership. Previously, she was Senior Vice President at FX networks and a member of the NBC team that initiated the first Pay-Per-View Olympics as well as General Manager of Z Channel. She was elected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2010 and serves on the Academy’s Trust and Board. In 2010, Bryson was made Chair Emerita of the J. Paul Getty Trust and co-founded a council for the Getty Conservation Institute for which she continues to serve as Chair. She also serves on the boards of Huntington Memorial Hospital, California Community Foundation, CalArts and the Public Policy Institute of California.

“PBS was founded on the belief that media can be a powerful force for education and inspiration, so I am committed to building upon our strong legacy of high-quality educational programming in order to meet the needs of our community.” commented Anne Gates. “Education is of particular importance to me, as public media continues to deliver such a value to Southern Californians and that includes early learners and their care-givers, especially those in low-income communities. We will continue to make sure they have access to learning resources that assist them as they prepare their entire families for success in school and in life.”

Gates has been in global consumer products businesses for over 35 years including the role of Managing Director for Disney Consumer Products Europe and Emerging Markets based in London. She also worked for Pepsi, in both the US and Europe, Bear Stearns (VP, Investment Banking), AT&T (Marketing) and Bell Labs (Research). She is currently on the Kroger Board, the Tapestry, Inc. Board and is a member of the Raymond James Financial Board. Gates also serves on the Boards of Cadre, the UC Berkeley Foundation and Salzburg Global Seminar. Gates has also been named to the Power List of Britain’s 100 most influential black people.

Russell continued, “I am very grateful for the leadership of our outgoing Board Chair Dick Cook, in particular for leading the company through major corporate milestones for the organization, including the recent KCET merger with PBS SoCal, KCET’s 50thAnniversary, the FCC Spectrum Auction and the KCET-Link TV merger. We all look forward to his ongoing commitment, insight and leadership as he continues his ten years of service on the Board.”

“As a beacon of outstanding creativity and a media organization uniquely committed to serving its audiences and educating its community, the Public Media Group of Southern California will benefit from this new leadership team and I look forward to working with this tremendous group of leaders that comprise our Board of Directors,” commented Dick Cook, who continues to serve as Chairman and CEO for Dick Cook Studios after serving as Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios from 2000-2009.

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The Public Media Group of Southern California tells stories that matter through original programs that reflect the diversity of our region and through the full schedule of trusted PBS programs. Our Southern California content channels PBS SoCal and KCET are available for free on internet-connected screens via the PBS Video App and seven local broadcast channels. Link TV channel is available nationally on DirecTV and Dish Network. A donor-supported community institution, PMGSC sparks the sharing of ideas at in-person cultural events and community conversations and delivers social impact through a variety of services including those that prepare our most vulnerable children for school.

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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Teressa Wilcox to be Featured on Close Up Radio

WESTMINSTER, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Happiness is found in the midst of relationships. This is also the place we meet pain and grief. Life is the process of learning how to live with both.

That’s the philosophy of Teressa Wilcox, a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice dedicated to healing trauma.

“I believe we can genuinely change the trajectory of my clients’ lives through healing,” says Teressa. “It's really tough to hear horrible things––it can get overwhelming––but every so often, you're going to see a powerful transformation.”

Teressa is passionate about the evolution of knowledge and technology, and the field of neuropsychiatry. Trauma focused therapy has made incredible strides through eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Teressa provides a safe environment for clients to talk about their experience, solve problems and learn effective ways to be heard and listen to others by weaving Christian Counseling and EMDR into traditional psychotherapeutic approaches.

“We now understand that the brain stores trauma differently than other memories, including feelings, smells, thoughts, observations, sensations,” explains Teressa. “EMDR is about reprocessing memory. When part traumatic memory is triggered, a person body will go into survival mode. EMDR opens the file to clean it out, essentially telling the brain, ‘We don't need to store this in a trauma file anymore.’

Teressa says one of the beautiful things about EMDR is that she and the client don't necessarily need to talk. It’s much gentler on the client and the process has less risk in retraumatizing them.

“What I love about EMDR is we can move a lot faster,” says Teressa. “It doesn't take a lifetime in therapy to get relief. I see my role in this is really not necessarily the task I have. I believe it is more about being there for people to be supportive or help them through an uncomfortable situation and make sense of it.”

Teressa serves as an associate professor at Hope International University, where she teaches classes and supervises students who are learning how to be therapist in the community clinic.

“To be a mentor is just such a beautiful way to leave a legacy,” says Teressa. “Seeing that next generation of therapists coming up, I want to keep this tradition going.”

Close Up Radio will feature Teressa Wilcox in an interview with Jim Masters on October 27th at 5pm EDT

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Community College Market 2020 Global Industry – Key Players, Size, Trends, Opportunities, Growth- Analysis to 2026

Global Community College Market Insights 2020

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Report On-“Community College Market 2020 Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities and Growth, Forecast 2026”

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Community College Market 2020

Study of market overview
This entire report has given a brief analysis of information about this Community College market in a global context. It introduced all its segments, products & services, market performances, market potentiality, etc. This report gives meaningful insights about competitors' strategies, pricing models, technologies adopted by them, etc. This whole report has prepared to predict a future market growth rate of this Community College market for the assessment year 2026. This report also gives information about various manufacturing industries and also described technologies adopted by them.

Key market players
This Community College market analysis report provides all information about market competitions. Along with that, this report provides various information about key players. This Community College market can make a strong business model by knowing all this information properly. Also, it focused on its valuable vendors. For the forecast year 2026, it forecasts market scope for this Community College market. All these factors can also help this Community College market to face those market fluctuations wisely. After following this report, the Community College market can improve its market strategies, pricing model, business policies, product uniqueness, quality, etc. This Community College market can also prepare for future uncertainty by following it.

The top players covered in Community College market are:
AVTEC
Carver Career and Technical Education
Central Louisiana Technical Community College
NCK Tech
North Florida Community College
Garden City Community College
Cleveland Community College
Northeast Community College

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College market spread its networking worldwide and help compete with competitors.

Research methodology
For conducting this research, various expert analysts have participated in this. They have given a remarkable market insight knowledge by analyzing various marketing factors. All research processes have been conducted based on qualitative and quantitative data. They have taken their samples in sales volumes, demand & supply graph, previous year's growth rate, etc. They also conducted a SWOT analysis to measure market risks and opportunities for the assessment period.

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points

1 Market Overview
1.1 Community College Product Introduction (Definition, Market Development & History, Type)
1.1.1 Community College Definition
1.1.2 Community College Market Development & History
1.1.3 Community College Type
1.1.3.1 Government Funds
1.1.3.2 Tuition and Fees
1.1.3.3 Grants and Contracts
1.2 Community College Segment by Application and Downstream Consumers
1.3 Industry Environment
1.3.1 Policy Environment
1.3.2 Economics Environment
1.3.3 Sociology Environment
1.3.4 Technology
1.3.5 Similar Industries Market Status
1.3.6 Major Regions Development Status
1.3.7 Industry News Analysis
1.4 Market Trends
1.5 Market Influence Factor
1.6 Marketing Strategy
1.7 Investment Opportunity
1.7.1 Industry Investment Opportunity
1.7.2 Regional Investment Opportunity
1.7.3 Risk Analysis
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3 Community College Major Manufactures Profile
3.1 AVTEC
3.1.1 Basic Information
3.1.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.1.3 Business Region Distribution
3.1.4 SWOT Analysis
3.2 Carver Career and Technical Education
3.2.1 Basic Information
3.2.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.2.3 Recent Developments
3.2.4 SWOT Analysis
3.3 Central Louisiana Technical Community College
3.3.1 Basic Information
3.3.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.3.3 Business Region Distribution
3.3.4 SWOT Analysis
3.4 NCK Tech
3.4.1 Basic Information
3.4.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.4.3 Business Region Distribution
3.4.4 SWOT Analysis
3.5 North Florida Community College
3.5.1 Basic Information
3.5.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.5.3 Business Region Distribution
3.5.4 SWOT Analysis
3.6 Garden City Community College
3.6.1 Basic Information
3.6.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.6.3 Business Region Distribution
3.6.4 SWOT Analysis
3.7 Cleveland Community College
3.7.1 Basic Information
3.7.2 Revenue, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.7.3 Business Region Distribution
3.7.4 SWOT Analysis
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The Contagion Cubes: A Captivating 3D Collection Has Just Launched On Kickstarter

An enthralling 3D image collection of six of the world’s headline viruses and bacterium

NOTTINGHAM, UK, October 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — ProtoHype announces the launch of a new Kickstarter campaign that brings to light the beauty of 3D imagery through science. Using the latest in high quality 3D technology, the first of its kind in Europe, ProtoHype have created their first display gallery of 3D models by exploring six of the world’s headline viruses and bacterium, bringing there molecular structures to life in a solid 3D cube. Co-owner of ProtoHype, Kate Charles-Richards, felt compelled to showcase the beauty of these 3D display pieces.

“Our latest campaign, The Contagion Cubes, showcases a clever juxtaposition between beauty and destruction. These viruses and bacterium, which are often associated with negative connotations such as death and dismay have been brought to life with supreme colour and detail to make them a stunning display piece and are sure to be a conversation starter amongst others. Our captivating collection presents the detailed craftmanship put into each image, creating a huge sense of admiration towards the art of these molecular structures.”

In exchange for pledging to the project, backers can gain access to a number of rewards including, one singular cube of their choice, a double bundle offer for two items from the collection right up to the full collection, to name a few. There are also several fantastic early bird offers for those first few customers. The collection is structured using durable material and comes in three different sizes. This unique gift is sure to be a stunning addition to anyone’s 3D image collection with prices starting as little as £10.

Launching in October, this unique gift will only be available until November. With the delivery starting right after the campaign just in time to get peoples orders to them before Christmas, The Contagion Cubes are sure to be a suitable gift for art and science lovers all over the globe.

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K-12 International Schools Market 2020- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends Forecast By 2026

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Introduction
“K-12 International Schools Market”
According to this study, over the next five years the K-12 International Schools market will register a 8.8%% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach $ 11050 million by 2025, from $ 7875.3 million in 2019. In particular, this report presents the global revenue market share of key companies in K-12 International Schools business, shared in Chapter 3.
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of K-12 International Schools market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
This study specially analyses the impact of Covid-19 outbreak on the K-12 International Schools, covering the supply chain analysis, impact assessment to the K-12 International Schools market size growth rate in several scenarios, and the measures to be undertaken by K-12 International Schools companies in response to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Key Players of Global K-12 International Schools Market =>
• Cognita Schools
• Shrewsbury International School
• GEMS Education
• Nord Anglia Education
• ACS International Schools
• Maple Leaf Educational Systems
• Esol Education
• Braeburn School
• Harrow International Schools
• Dulwich College International
• Wellington College
• Yew Chung Education Foundation

Segmentation by type:
English Language
Other Language

Segmentation by application:
Pre-primary School
Primary School
Middle School
High School

This report also splits the market by region:
Americas
United States
Canada
Mexico
Brazil
APAC
China
Japan
Korea
Southeast Asia
India
Australia
Europe
Germany
France
UK
Italy
Russia
Middle East & Africa
Egypt
South Africa
Israel
Turkey
GCC Countries

Research objectives
To study and analyze the global K-12 International Schools market size by key regions/countries, type and application, history data from 2015 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.
To understand the structure of K-12 International Schools market by identifying its various subsegments.
Focuses on the key global K-12 International Schools players, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.
To analyze the K-12 International Schools with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).
To project the size of K-12 International Schools submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market.
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

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Major Key Points of Global K-12 International Schools Market
1 Scope of the Report
2 Executive Summary
3 Global K-12 International Schools by Players
4 K-12 International Schools by Regions
9 Market Drivers, Challenges and Trends
10 Global K-12 International Schools Market Forecast
11 Key Players Analysis
11.1 Cognita Schools
11.1.1 Company Details
11.1.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.1.3 Cognita Schools K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.1.4 Main Business Overview
11.1.5 Cognita Schools News
11.2 Shrewsbury International School
11.2.1 Company Details
11.2.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.2.3 Shrewsbury International School K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.2.4 Main Business Overview
11.2.5 Shrewsbury International School News
11.3 GEMS Education
11.3.1 Company Details
11.3.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.3.3 GEMS Education K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.3.4 Main Business Overview
11.3.5 GEMS Education News
11.4 Nord Anglia Education
11.4.1 Company Details
11.4.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.4.3 Nord Anglia Education K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.4.4 Main Business Overview
11.4.5 Nord Anglia Education News
11.5 ACS International Schools
11.5.1 Company Details
11.5.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.5.3 ACS International Schools K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.5.4 Main Business Overview
11.5.5 ACS International Schools News
11.6 Maple Leaf Educational Systems
11.6.1 Company Details
11.6.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.6.3 Maple Leaf Educational Systems K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.6.4 Main Business Overview
11.6.5 Maple Leaf Educational Systems News
11.7 Esol Education
11.7.1 Company Details
11.7.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.7.3 Esol Education K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.7.4 Main Business Overview
11.7.5 Esol Education News
11.8 Braeburn School
11.8.1 Company Details
11.8.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.8.3 Braeburn School K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.8.4 Main Business Overview
11.8.5 Braeburn School News
11.9 Harrow International Schools
11.9.1 Company Details
11.9.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.9.3 Harrow International Schools K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.9.4 Main Business Overview
11.9.5 Harrow International Schools News
11.10 Dulwich College International
11.10.1 Company Details
11.10.2 K-12 International Schools Product Offered
11.10.3 Dulwich College International K-12 International Schools Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2018-2020)
11.10.4 Main Business Overview
11.10.5 Dulwich College International News
11.11 Wellington College
11.12 Yew Chung Education Foundation

12 Research Findings and Conclusion

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Einstein.gg Announces Increase in Subscribers Reaching Fortnite Champion League

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This training academy has helped thousands of players drastically improve their skills; and many are reaching Champion League & World Cup qualifying rounds.

Unlike coaching and individual training, which are expensive and short-sighted, Einstein gives you strategy advice from multiple points of view on every aspect of the game. ”

— Thomas McLean

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Einstein.gg is pleased to announce a rise in its subscribers meeting the criteria to play in the coveted Champion League. Reaching this elite League within Fortnite is necessary to qualify for paid tournaments such as the World Cup and the DreamHack Open, and is seen by many as the threshold to becoming a pro Fortnite player.

Einstein subscribers have reached these new heights thanks to the platform’s pro-player curated content and video-based training courses. Subscribers learn never-before-revealed strategies used by teams such as FaZe Clan, 100 Thieves, Team SoloMid, and Luminosity Gaming, and quickly rise through the ranks.

“Einstein’s neural training system is proven to work,” said Thomas McLean, communications director for Einstein. “Unlike coaching and individual training, which are expensive and short-sighted, Einstein gives you strategy advice from multiple points of view on every aspect of the game. That way, you can pick up the advice you need and practice it right away on the battlefield. And if it doesn’t work? Come ask one of our pros for advice. Our hyper improvement training method is how you break barriers and reach Champion League.” Einstein is now accepting new subscribers to its training platform at https://www.einstein.gg/.

Einstein made waves in the Fortnite community earlier this year by offering its unique blended training program to users for under $10 a month. Unlike other coaching sites charging high rates for individual training sessions, Einstein connects users to pro-made courses and training videos and then allows those players to communicate with top-rated players to ask questions or seek strategic advice.

Einstein employs over a dozen pro players in the top 0.1% of global rankings to ensure their content is always fresh and relevant to the Fortnite community. The system has been successful for Einstein and for players thus far. Subscribers have reported an average ten-fold increase in wins. Einstein even goes so far as to guarantee a double in any subscriber’s KDA ratio within 7 days of signup.

With the regular addition of new training modules, players have access to strategy and tactical training that is always on the cutting edge of gameplay. “Fortnite is a game that’s constantly changing, and not just because of season updates,” continued a founder of Einstein. “Einstein is the only platform that avoids ruts and keeps players on the forefront to ensure a tactical advantage. When our players learn how to master strategies that no one else is using, we see them skyrocket through the rankings all the way to Champion League.”

Videos and training courses allow subscribers to easily master different aspects of the game, including:

● Weapons
● Locations
● Adaptability
● Building

This is what makes the service ideal for both new players and experienced gamers who need to identify and rectify weaknesses in their gameplay.

To learn more about Einstein or subscribe to its academy, visit einstein.gg today. New subscribers get 25% off a subscription package for a limited time.

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Specializing in hyper-improvement, Einstein provides players with the advice and strategy needed to improve quickly without having to spend a lot of time or money. With the average user increasing kills per game by 10x, Einstein is on track to becoming the premier training platform for Fortnite players worldwide.

With more subscribers than ever reaching the coveted Fortnite Champion League, Einstein is further cementing its status as a crucible of Fortnite strategy and education for amateurs and pro players.

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Downsizing? The Kovels List 7 Things You Should Not Throw Away

Red Olivetti Valentine typewriter

Olivetti Valentine typewriter, 1968

Wooden elephant toy, Kay Bojeson, 1950s

Wooden elephant toy, Kay Bojeson, 1950s

Miriam Haskell pin and earrings

Miriam Haskell pin and earrings

The Kovels say take care when clearing your clutter—some things are worth more than you think.

CLEVELAND, OHIO, US, October 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The antiques and collectibles experts at Kovels.com are always asked what to keep and what not to keep when cleaning house or downsizing. Here are 7 things you should not throw away—they may have more value than you might expect.

1. Old typewriters, especially the red Olivetti Valentine in a case
The first practical typewriter was invented in the 1860s; then came electric typewriters, portable typewriters, and by the 1970s, word processors and computers. One of the most collectible typewriters is the red plastic Olivetti typewriter designed by Ettore Sottsass in 1968. It is an icon, displayed in museums as a classic example of modern design. If you have a red typewriter check for these clues: It will say” Valentine” or “Valentine S” on the lid. Early examples have a small ribbon spool cap while newer ones look more like a hat. And on the back near the handle on the frame is the name of the city where it was made. A working Olivetti Valentine typewriter with a case, both in excellent condition, is worth about $500.

2. Danish wooden toys from the 1950s
In 1951, Kay Bojesen, a Danish prize-winning designer of silver wares, made a group of hand carved wooden toy animals, very modern-looking, with moving arms and legs. There was a monkey, hippo, zebra, elephant, and birds. All were made of teak and a lighter wood, 12 inches high and smaller, and some were painted. A 12-inch monkey recently sold at auction for $5,909. The large size is rare; others sell for less. A lot of two vintage Kay Bojesen midcentury modern elephant toys sold for $1,560 in a Florida auction.

3. Miriam Haskell costume jewelry
Costume jewelry by Miriam Haskell sells for higher prices than most costume jewelry. Her elaborate beaded necklaces and pins with large colored glass stones can sell for up to $1,500 if marked. Haskell (1899–1981) made jewelry from the 1920s to 1960s. She used gilt filigree, fake pearls, crystals, glass beads from Murano and “rose montees,” crystals cut in the shapes of roses in a silver mount that could be sewn in place. Because the designs are so intricate and the pieces made with so many special details, prices are determined by size and condition. Corroded metal and chipped or missing stones dramatically lower the value, as does the lack of a Haskell mark. Pins with large, colored center stones that resemble emeralds or rubies, and extravagant necklaces sell for the most. Look for the vintage marks; the company is still in business. A Miriam Haskell pin and earrings with green Czech glass, rhinestones and baroque pearls, and the early stamped Miriam Haskell horseshoe mark sold in an online jewelry auction for $750.

4. Commercial perfume bottles and large exhibit factices
Some perfumes were packaged in expensive glass containers like those by Lalique, and the empty bottles are worth hundreds of dollars. Also, department stores were loaned giant-sized bottles called factices—ten times the size of a normal perfume bottle—for display. Many perfume bottle collectors tried to buy these large bottles, and some were lucky enough to get one. They sell for as much as $500 today. Even the regular-sized empty bottles, if made by an important company, sell for over $100.

5. Lamp hardware
Check before you throw out parts of old lamps. Auction houses are selling pieces of original lamps, such as the acorn chain pulls for Handel lamps or the center fittings that hold lampshades. A lot consisting of Tiffany and Handel lamp parts that held the shade in place just sold for $3,520.

6. Firecracker labels
Vintage Asian firecracker labels are very elaborate and very collectible. Firecracker crate labels, as well as the individual firecracker labels, sell.

7. Sewer covers
Sewer covers from streets that were torn up and repaved are being used as tops for small tables. They are also selling well.

About the Authors:
Terry Kovel is a lifelong collector and expert. She has written more than 100 books on antiques and collectibles. She writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column, a subscription newsletter and a weekly e-newsletter. She lives in Ohio.

Kim Kovel, daughter of Terry and Ralph Kovel, grew up in a house filled with antiques and traveled regularly to shows and flea markets all over the country. Kim lives in Florida in a 1950s house.

About Kovels.com
Kovels.com, created by Terry Kovel and Kim Kovel, provides collectors and researchers with up-to-date and accurate information on antiques and collectibles. The company was founded in 1953 by Terry Kovel and her late husband, Ralph. Since then, Kovels’ Antiques has written some of America’s most popular books and articles about collecting, including the best-selling Kovels’ Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide 2021, now in its 53rdth edition. The website, Kovels.com, online since 1998, offers more than 1 million prices. It gives readers a bird’s-eye view of the market through latest news, auction reports, a marks dictionary, antiques & collectibles identification guides covering antiques from 1750 to 2000, advice on downsizing and settling an estate, the digital edition of Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles Newsletter plus 46 years of archives, readers’ questions and answers, and much more. Kovels also sends a free weekly email, Kovels Komments.

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New Featured Speakers for Georgia Tech Global Forum, India Summit – Register Now!

Georgia Tech Global Business Forum and USA India Business Summit to be held online on October 26 and 27

ATLANTA, GA, USA, October 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — USA India Business Summit (UIBS) has a distinguished history of being the largest conference of its kind in the South–East USA and event is organized in conjunction with Georgia Tech Global Business Forum (GTGBF). On October 26 and 27 in 11th UIBS & 26th GTGBF over fifty C level global industry executives, Technology Experts, Senior Govt. Officials and partner representatives from the US, India, Israel, and France will participate. 2020 UIBS & GTGBF is being organized virtually for the first time and has a theme of “Global Advanced Industries: Accelerating Local Opportunities.” Registration for this virtual event is available at http://www.usaindiabusinesssummit.com/registration.php and media members can register on a complimentary basis.

Goal of event organizers is to inform, bring investment, partnerships and businesses on a common platform and accelerate growth in key areas of science & technology, education, healthcare, Innovation, and research etc. Since 2010, UIBS has been organized by UIII and the Georgia Tech CIBER, with support from sponsoring and presenting partners. Major Strategic/Sponsoring partners for this year are Georgia Deptt. of Economic Development, Novelis Inc., ICICI Bank, Development Authority of Fulton County, Agile One & Georgia District Export Council.

Focus areas of this year are – SE USA a Global Manufacturing Region; Innovation in the pandemic & post pandemic period; Cyber Security & IT Infrastructure; Reshoring & Nearshoring Global Supply Chains (after COVID-19); Healthcare and pharmaceuticals; COVID-19’s impact on Digital Transformation and its future and India Goes Global.

Dr. R.A. Mashelkar, Former Director General of Council of Scientific (Recipient of Padma Vibhushan awards), Dr. Swati V. Kulkarni, Consul General of India, Mr. Ravi Saligram, President & CEO, Newell Brands, Mr. Gerard Guyard, Chairman, Gravograph Limited, Mr. Stuart C. Countess, Chief Operating Officer (COO), Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia, Mr. Dev Ahuja, Senior Vice-President, and CFO, Novelis, Inc., Mr. CB Velayuthan, Global Managing Director, Strategic Alliance, EQUINIX, Ms. Nirupa Shankar, Executive Director, Brigade Enterprises Ltd, Mr. Alain Lafourcade, President, Fischer Connectors, North & South America, Mr. John “Jay” Neely III, Vice President, Law & Public Affairs, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation,
& Mr. Michael McCabe, Resident Director, Tata Sons, North America will be among the many distinguished speakers in 11th UIBS & 26th GTGBF.

Registration available at http://www.usaindiabusinesssummit.com/registration.php For more information and sponsorship opportunities, contact Program Co-Chair at Ani@usaindiabusinesssummit.com.

James Hoadley
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Dr. Uma Naidoo, Harvard Psychiatrist, Explains How Her Book Improves Mental Health & Nutrition During the Pandemic

By Dr. Uma Naidoo

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, October 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Prior to COVID-19 the most common mental health condition in the US was anxiety, three times more at least than depression. Depression though causes the most amount of disability worldwide and people therefore often think of it as more common.

With COVID, emotional health of our nation has suffered. Some are suffering in silence while others are taking more medications than ever before. We know this because the company Express Scripts reported that the number of new prescriptions for anti-anxiety medications was already up by 37.7% by the middle of March. By June this year the medication sertraline went on shortage in the US, it is often prescribed for anxiety and/or depression. The most concerning of all the statistics was those shared by the CDC showing that during the pandemic, 40% of Americans reported struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues. Even more scary is that 11% of Americans have seriously considered suicide. As a nutritional psychiatrist that is one of the scariest statistics I have heard in a very long time.

What has happened during the pandemic?

• Increased Processed food sales
• Meal-time confusion
• Home Schooling
• Everyone seems to be baking!
• Multi-generational meals (many different ages living at home and each eating a different diet )
• Mealtimes are askew
• Adult children back home
• Job Loss
• Lack of structure
• Ongoing Quarantine
• Food deserts
• Food insecurity
• Less active – gyms closed
• Abuse on the increase
• Increased drugs and alcohol
• Zoom fatigue & tech issues
• Uncertainty & Fear
• Stress Eating
• Natural disasters
• Personal loss

Our mental health is suffering, and these changes are continuing, studies show that burnout is on the rise as well. Taking all this into account, where do we go from here for our mental health.

Should we all just be taking more medication? Perhaps some of us really do need to be seeing a therapist and a psychiatrist as we need the additional support to help us adjust to this new way of life.

I would argue we can do more to empower and help ourselves. How? Simply through how we are eating. Our nutrition is the basis of our better mental health. Just like we cannot exercise out of a bad diet, we cannot smile our way out of a bad diet either.

The time is NOW.

The time to embrace some positive small habit changes is right now. Today. Research shows us that our gut microbes can change within 24 hours based on how we are eating. So, make that choice to get junk food today or a healthier option. You won’t know the difference immediately, but over time your gut microbiome could be disrupted by junk food or begin to heal with healthier food. More importantly a happy gut is a happy mood. This is because of the actual communication highway that exists between the gut and the brain, called the vagus nerve, which sends signals back and forth ultimately impacting our emotional health by how we are eating.

If we don’t do something, act now, start today to help ourselves… we are going to continue to suffer emotionally as a nation. Suicides will increase, burnout will worsen, and our emotional health will reach even worse numbers. We all eat, we eat every day and at least a few times a day ….. why not eat for our better emotional health so that we fortify our brain as best we can during this ongoing pandemic. This is something we can control while with all other things it feels as though the pandemic with the necessary safety rules and regulations are outside of our control.

My goal in sharing my new book with the world is that it can be a guide to improving our emotional well-being while doing something (eating) that we have to do anyway. It is a low hanging fruit so to speak for finding our way forward and taking better care of ourselves. Perhaps it is time to cut back on all the baking, processed food and fast foods that some of us turned to during these difficult times. Or perhaps you are eating healthy, but you can up your game with keeping up with hydrating, exercising more and perhaps working on improving your sleep. Even though each of us has a unique set of emotions, we can impact our emotional and brain health through how we are eating. I say why not? Why not fortify our brain health especially as we enter the darker cooler days of late fall and we know that for many, moods dip during these seasons?

My book: “This Is Your Brain on Food

“This Is Your Brain on Food” is a groundbreaking book on what to eat to bolster your mental health. If you are depressed, anxious, distracted, cognitively foggy or have a history of PTSD, this book will explain what you should eat, what you should avoid, and how this impacts your brain. The book is written by me, Dr. Uma Naidoo, a Harvard psychiatrist who is the Director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, a nutrition specialist and a professional chef. It is a practical , realistic and research-based review of what we now understand about food and mental health, written in a simple and easy-to-grasp style by a world expert.

My book is a top ten bestseller in Canada and just recently won the Best of Los Angeles Award – “Best Mental Health Book – 2020”. The “Best of Los Angeles Award” community was formed five years ago and consists of over 7,000 professional members living and working in Southern California and celebrates the best people, places and things in Los Angeles. If you or someone you love is looking for a way to feel less depressed and anxious and more emotionally stable, energized, and clear, “This is Your Brain on Food” is the definitive guide to protecting your brain during these uncertain and stressful times.

"This Is Your Brain on Food" Purchase Here:
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Dr. Uma Naidoo is a nutritional psychiatrist and serves as the director of nutritional & lifestyle psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is on the faculty at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Naidoo trained at the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program, and completed a consultation liaison fellowship at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Dr. Naidoo studied nutrition, and she also graduated from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts as a professional chef. She was awarded her culinary school’s most coveted award, the MFK Fisher Award for Innovation. Dr. Naidoo is regarded nationally and internationally as a pioneer in the field of nutritional psychiatry, having founded the first US hospital-based clinical service in this area. She is the author of the upcoming title, This is Your Brain on Food. With her passion for food and nutritional psychiatry, she will share her expertise on the integration of food, mental health, and medicine.

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