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Dr. Eaton helps Marine Corps tackle culture change after social media porn scandal.

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Congratulations to graduate student, Jessica Saunders on her award for one of the best oral presentations at the GSAW2017 Scholarly Forum at FIU! Way to go Jess!

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Congratulations to graduate student, Carla Abad on her award for one of the best oral presentations at the GSAW2017 Scholarly Forum at FIU! Way to go Carla!

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Developmental faculty member, Dr. Bethany Reeb-Sutherland has been awarded the Provost's Outstanding Graduate Mentorship Award! Every year, the University Graduate School celebrates FIU's World's Ahead graduate students and faculty with the Provost Awards during Graduate Student Appreciation Week. Receiving this award is a wonderful recognition and a much-deserved honor.

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Alumnus of the Developmental Science Doctoral program, Dr. Alan Meca (Class of 2014), will join the faculty at Old Dominion University as a tenure-track assistant professor in Fall 2017. Congratulations to Dr. Meca and we wish him success in his new academic position.

Congratulations to our very own Dr. Reeb-Sutherland who was awarded the FABBS Early Career Impact Award for her research! More information about the award and her research can be found at: http://www.fabbs.org/honoring-our-scientists/impact-award-winners/.

Graduate student Carla Abad contributed to an FIU news story on fun and affordable ways to entertain children this holiday season! The news story can be found at this link: http://news.fiu.edu/2016/12/cheap-fun-ways-kids-can-learn-through-play-this-holiday-break/107066 Way to go, Carla!

Dr. Asia Eaton has been awarded the 2016 Michele Alexander Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association (Division 9: The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues). This award recognizes early career excellence in substantive academic contributions to the psychological study of social issues.

Jessica Saunders has been awarded the American Psychological Associations 2017 Hyde Graduate Student Research Grant. This grant is awarded to doctoral psychology students to support feminist research. This $500 award will go towards funding Jessica's dissertation "Individual differences in women's eating disorder recovery trajectories: The role of social-cognitive factors" which is being supervised by Dr. Asia Eaton.

This National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) funded project, entitled "Biosignatures of executive function and emotion regulation in young children with ADHD", will examine and define the heterogeneity of ADHD in 5-7-year-olds using functional and structural neuroimaging, neuropsychological measures, and psychophysiology. Congratulations to Dr. Anthony Dick on funding of his grant.