Add this to your back-to-school list: 5 tips to manage screen time

–By Rosanna Castro for FIU News As summer ends, parents may be worried about the time their children are spending using digital devices. FIU Psychologist Justin Parent offers the following tips to help parents manage this transition ahead of the school year: Reduce use of digital devices by small increments every few days. Gradually replace some screen time […]

#FootballFridays: Don’t Miss Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights: 2016 Spring Game Set for April 15 MIAMI (April 4, 2016) — The 2016 FIU Football Spring Game will take place on Friday, April 15, under the lights at Ocean Bank Field at FIU Stadium. Kickoff for Friday Night Lights is set for 7 p.m., and admission is FREE to the public. Gates open at […]

The Dahlin Legacy

U.S. Coast Guard veteran Arnie Dahlin recalls one of the first times he ever set his eyes on FIU. “On one of our return air search and rescue missions, we diverted our flight path down and headed west flying over the Tamiami Trail. I happened to have my camera at the time and I leaned out […]

FIU is the place to be this Halloween

FIU’s Continuing and Professional Education is celebrating the launch of its After School Care Program with Boo! At FIU: A Haunted House Extravaganza on October 31 from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. The entire community is welcome to attend a night of scary fun. The Panther Suites inside of the U.S. Century Bank Arena will […]

FIU Athletics Unveils Roar4More Fan Rewards Program

Roary at football game
On Tuesday, July 1, FIU Athletics unveiled a brand new fan rewards program, Roar4More, coinciding with the official launch of the all-new The Roar4More Fan Rewards Program, presented by Brickell Motors, is a social media-based program in which fans can actively participate and interact via official FIU Athletics social media platforms. All Panther fans can earn points toward […]

Free parent workshop open to alumni

Did you know that the way parents discuss past events with their children helps foster their memory, language and emotional development? Do you wish that you could get more from conversations with your child? Do you worry that your child sometimes says things that are not true? Drs. Lindsay Malloy and Zoe Klemfuss will answer […]

Do you have or know of a child between the ages of 5 and 12 with ADHD?

Enrollment is now open for the award-winning Summer Treatment Program at FIU’s Center for Children and Families (CCF). The program offers treatment for children with ADHD and other behavioral challenges in pre-kindergarten, children entering grades K-5. Additionally, the Healthy Lifestyle Intervention Summer Treatment Program serves children between 4 and 6 years of age who are […]