Schultz brings decades of experience both in general optometry and in key specialties of glaucoma, retinal disorders, neuro ophthalmic disease and corneal disease. After graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry with honors, Schultz devoted 20 years to working with leading specialty optometrists, ophthalmologists, and sub specialists in medicine to gain expertise in some of the most difficult aspects of eye care. He spent years offering second (or even third) opinions on eye problems referred by hundreds of fellow optometrists and ophthalmologists in New Jersey, New York, Tennessee and Virginia..
In a letter made public Monday, students from 24 universities across the country, including UC Berkeley, Yale and Harvard, have pledged not to apply for, interview for or accept jobs at Palantir while the company has ties to ICE. More than 270 UC Berkeley students have signed the letter as of press time.”We call on the company to cancel its contracts with ICE and we call on all students to join us in withholding our talent from Palantir,” the letter reads.The software giant is one of 43 companies participating in the UC Berkeley EECS department’s Corporate Access Program, or CAP. For an annual fee of $20,000, Palantir is given “unique access” to recruiting opportunities with EECS students, including interviews on campus, promotional events and recruiting events.Sarah Yang, assistant dean of marketing and communications at the College of Engineering, said in an email that aside from verifying that companies participating in CAP are real, the EECS department does not place restrictions on which companies join the program.”Instead, we feel that it is important that our students have the ability to make their own judgments about which companies they want to join,” Yang said in the email.Palantir currently sells two tools to ICE.
In the beginning, it wasn’t easy to convince shoppers to buy eyewear online without trying it on first. So to make customers feel more comfortable, Clearly put a huge emphasis on product education and creating technological substitutes for the in store experience of shopping for frames. Today, those looking for a new pair of glasses can load a photo of their face into Clearly’s system to virtually try on options.
Currently, the only way to get an invitation is to score one from someone already on Clubhouse. It’s still in “beta,” version, like Gmail was in its early days, when it was a badge of nerd worthiness to get an account. If you don’t know anyone who can invite you yet, you may not have to wait much longer.