Exercise expert to discuss injury prevention30 Apr 2015
A USC exercise expert will present a public lecture on Friday 8 May on a topic that is close to the heart of every athlete – avoiding injury.
Students submit ideas for Startup Weekend30 Apr 2015
The exciting online business ideas of USC students Alysse Skilton of Sippy Downs and Simon Doonican of Maleny will be among the contenders at Startup Weekend Sunshine Coast from 8-10 May.
Redcliffe graduate specialises in social media marketing29 Apr 2015
Amy Mills of Redcliffe recently graduated from USC with a Bachelor of Public Relations and is already working for a company on the cutting edge of social media marketing.
USC graduate lands dream job in Germany29 Apr 2015
Former Kuluin resident Kristin Caddell would love to have attended graduation at USC in mid-April to receive her Bachelor of Biomedical Science degree, but she had a very good excuse for missing it.
Graduate launches cheeky Bare Basics cookbook28 Apr 2015
USC Dietetics graduate Kelly Daly recently launched her first publication, ‘The Bare Basics’, a cookbook with a cheeky difference.
Mumbai stockbroker gains USC Business medal28 Apr 2015
A Mumbai stockbroker now living at North Lakes has gained a Faculty medal along with her Bachelor of Business from USC.
Maryborough graduate is marketing martial arts27 Apr 2015
Kate Morris of Maryborough is already kicking career goals after graduating from USC with a Bachelor of Business (Marketing).
Abella swaps real estate for medical science27 Apr 2015
A former Noosa real estate sales administrator has used her Biomedical Science studies at the University of the Sunshine Coast to become a respiratory scientist at The Prince Charles Hospital.
Former crime fighter takes aim at malaria27 Apr 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast graduate Dr David Pattinson is now employed as an immunologist at one of the world’s top vaccine development institutes based at the University of Oxford in England working on research that could ultimately save millions of lives.
Story of adoption helps graduate earn Doctorate24 Apr 2015
A Springfield communications professional has graduated from USC with a Doctor of Creative Arts and her own book about life as an adoptee.
Graduate now deputy GM of nation’s best festival23 Apr 2015
A job with the Woodford Folk Festival has become career magic for USC Business graduate Kim Pengelly.
Graduate engineer builds career with USC degree23 Apr 2015
A Kallangur resident who just graduated from Engineering at USC is already working in the Infrastructure division of leading Australasian company Downer.
USC graduate designs leading 4x4 magazine22 Apr 2015
USC graduate Laura Boshammer, 21, has proven that sometimes it takes a little initiative to land your dream job.
Josh wins USC’s first wildlife photo contest22 Apr 2015
Being in the right place at the right time is what USC student Josh Millican claims is the secret to him winning the University’s inaugural wildlife photography contest today.
USC’s Mobile Health Clinic hits the road21 Apr 2015
USC now has a purpose-built mobile clinic to help boost access to health care services across the region and give its students greater opportunities for clinical placements.
Students celebrate and enhance USC as wildlife reserve21 Apr 2015
USC students have jumped at opportunities to either celebrate or enhance the University's status as a wildlife reserve.
Top coach to lead high-performance swim program20 Apr 2015
USC has appointed one of Australia’s top swimming coaches Chris Mooney to lead an impressive high-performance swim program.
Honorary Doctorate for Qld’s former Chief Scientist16 Apr 2015
Queensland’s first Chief Scientist will be recognised for his significant contribution to scientific research and Australia’s biotechnology industry when USC awards him an Honorary Doctorate at its graduation ceremony tomorrow (Friday 17 April).
USC SouthBank celebrates first two graduates16 Apr 2015
Patricia Aaroe and Amy Bowles are the first two USC graduates to complete their studies entirely at USC SouthBank in Brisbane.
Chancellor’s Medallist takes novel look at social media evils15 Apr 2015
A USC doctoral student whose thesis examined links between narcissism, social networking and violence will be awarded the USC Chancellor’s Medal tomorrow (Thursday 16 April).
New Chancellor’s Medallist strives to cut e-waste15 Apr 2015
A 26-year-old USC Environmental Health Science graduate is pursuing a career to rid the world of toxic waste caused by old computers, mobile phones, televisions and microwaves ending up in landfill.
Spaghetti bridge contest gives food for thought14 Apr 2015
A fun and challenging annual competition for aspiring engineers will be held on Wednesday 15 April from noon to 3pm at USC.
Ice Bucket Challenge gives charities a wake-up call13 Apr 2015
Charity organisations across the region should take a close look at last year’s successful ALS Ice Bucket Challenge when considering how to use social media effectively, according USC Public Relations academic Karen Sutherland.
USC to stage four graduation ceremonies9 Apr 2015
USC will stage four graduation ceremonies next week, with crowds totalling 4,300 people expected to attend.
USC to honour generous local philanthropist9 Apr 2015
USC will honour local philanthropist David Kirk with an Honorary Senior Fellowship at its graduation ceremony on Friday 17 April.
University to honour former school principal8 Apr 2015
USC will recognise the inspirational leadership of a former school principal by awarding him an Honorary Senior Fellowship at its graduation ceremony on Friday 17 April.
Academic says children’s TV is losing Aussie voice8 Apr 2015
Australian children deserve high-quality, locally produced television programs that feature Aussie accents and cultural reference points, but current policies and funding models are inadequate to ensure this happens.
Partnership aims to develop excellent new teachers7 Apr 2015
USC has formed a new partnership with Immanuel Lutheran College, Sunshine Coast Grammar School and Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) to provide the best possible professional experience for its pre-service teachers.
Property success is more than a roll of the dice7 Apr 2015
USC academic Steven Boyd discovered he was renovating a classic rather than developing a greenfield site when his quest to create educational games about property uncovered the origins of the legendary board game Monopoly.
USC Gallery piano session hits the right note2 Apr 2015
A strong response by students to a fairly impromptu lunchtime jam session on the baby grand piano at USC's Art Gallery last week has given rise to a new cultural activity on campus.
Coast GP to become Senior Fellow of USC2 Apr 2015
USC will award an Honorary Senior Fellowship to Mooloolaba GP Dr Peter Welsh at the first of four graduation ceremonies to be held over 16-17 April.
USC theatre script tackles tough topic1 Apr 2015
The rarely talked about topic of elder abuse is the subject of a theatre script that aims to educate and raise awareness of issues surrounding our social and legal responsibilities to older people.
High school achievers encouraged to ‘Rise, and Shine’1 Apr 2015
High-achieving Year 11 students from across the region were encouraged to view themselves as potential “high-flyers” during a special VIP tour of USC last Wednesday.