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The Center for Children and Families adds new Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) Program to Clinical Services
Dr. Jeremy Pettit was listed as a top 25 psychology professor in Florida by Online Schools Florida.
Dr. Anibal Gutierrez was honored by the Victory Center, at their annual gala on Saturday March 16th, for dedicating his career to serving individuals with autism and for years of service as a valued member of the Victory Center Board of Directors.
Andres De Los Reyes will be receiving early career awards from the APA (Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology in Applied Research) and SRCD (Early Career Research Contributions Award).
Dr. Melody Whiddon was just named winner of the Blackboard Catalyst Award for an Exemplary Course. She was recognized for her outstanding achievement in course design for her Social and Personality Development Psychology (SOP 3015) course taught here at Florida International University. She joins a select group of educators and course designers from around the world whose courses have earned the Exemplary Course designation.
The American Psychological Foundation (APF) awards Dr. Lindsay Malloy, of Florida International University, the 2013 Division 37 Diane J. Willis Early Career Award.
The Metropolitan Police have issued two new 'e-fit' images of a man wanted for questioning over the disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann.
Dr. Raul Gonzalez, a psychologist at Florida International University praises the experiment but says "It is much too early to tell, but the current study will undoubtedly spur some exciting new research."
The American Academy of Forensic Psychology awards Dr. Lindsay Malloy with the prestigious "Saleem A. Shah Early Career Development Award".