USC graduate’s business gains $1.1m funding26 Feb 2015
An online intervention program started by a USC graduate to reduce risky alcohol consumption across society is busy expanding its services with a $1.1 million funding injection from the Australian Government.
USC to host national climate change research network25 Feb 2015
USC has been selected to host an important national research network that will help Australians – particularly those living in the coastal zone – prepare for and adapt to climate change.
Refill initiative to whet enthusiasm for sustainability24 Feb 2015
New students at USC will receive an early introduction the University's sustainability efforts at the official launch of a significant environmental initiative today (Tuesday 24 February).
Better roads closer to reality thanks to USC24 Feb 2015
Increasing the durability of Australian roads and, in the process, saving governments millions of dollars are the likely outcomes of a collaboration between USC engineering academics and an international expert in pavement construction.
University to present free Friday night sport talks24 Feb 2015
A special presentation this Friday (27 February) on how athletes gain and develop sporting skills, will be the first in a series of free, monthly public talks by USC health, sport and fitness experts.
USC students to celebrate New Semester Fiesta23 Feb 2015
The most popular and colourful day of Welcome Week gets underway tomorrow morning as thousands of University of the Sunshine Coast students join in a New Semester Fiesta.
Thousands of students ready for Welcome Week20 Feb 2015
About 11,000 new and returning students are ready to kick off one of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s biggest student events of the year.
Graduate to share global success with new students20 Feb 2015
A Canadian teacher who has used her USC Education degree to live and work around the globe will return to the Sippy Downs campus on Monday 23 February to share her experience with new students.
USC closes due to severe weather event20 Feb 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast has closed due to severe weather associated with Tropical Cyclone Marcia.
Award finalist has grand plans for wildflowers and ferns19 Feb 2015
A USC graduate who is determined to see the Australian wildflower and native plant industry bloom has been named a Queensland finalist in the National Rural Women’s Award.
USC to present first Thompson Excellence Scholarships19 Feb 2015
Four high-achieving students starting at the University of the Sunshine Coast this semester will receive USC’s inaugural Thompson Excellence Scholarships, valued at $32,000 each, tonight (Thursday 19 February).
New USC seminars for education professionals19 Feb 2015
A twilight seminar series to be introduced this year by the University of the Sunshine Coast aims to help boost the professional development of school teachers across the region.
Queensland groper on the menu for USC scientist17 Feb 2015
A USC scientist is leading an international team in developing new ways to breed Queensland gropers in captivity in order to establish a lucrative aquaculture industry and protect vulnerable wild stocks in South-East Asia.
Gerry Harvey to deliver memorial lecture at USC17 Feb 2015
Chairman of the retail giant Harvey Norman, Gerry Harvey, will deliver the 2015 Geoff Shadforth Memorial Lecture at USC on Thursday 19 March.
USC theatre script tackles tough topic12 Feb 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.
USC Gympie Welcome Day for students12 Feb 2015
Current and continuing students at the Gympie campus of the University of the Sunshine Coast will enjoy a day of Hawaiian/Mexican-style fun and festivities next Thursday 19 February.
Ole! New students to celebrate start of semester12 Feb 2015
A New Semester Fiesta complete with Mexican Cantina, music by DJs, free barbecue, obstacle course, giant games and inflatable fun will be a highlight of Welcome Week for new and returning students at USC from 23-27 February.
Two exhibitions to open at USC Gallery11 Feb 2015
A sneak preview of illustrations from books that are yet to be published will be available tomorrow night (Thursday 12 February) when USC Gallery begins its 2015 program with two exciting exhibitions.
Southeast Asia endorses USC tourism expertise11 Feb 2015
USC expertise in sustainable tourism has contributed to a groundbreaking set of standards adopted by countries across Southeast Asia to ensure quality experiences for tourists and flow-on benefits to local communities.
Top Tasmanian high school student enrols at USC11 Feb 2015
A Devonport school leaver who attained an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of 97.95 out of 100 is about to move three states north to study Paramedic Science at USC.
Tempo of paramedic work appeals to musician10 Feb 2015
Talented musician Kaylee Utting of Beerwah is so impressed by the daily tempo of frontline emergency work that she has signed up to study Paramedic Science at USC.
USC’s preservice teachers gain lessons on culture9 Feb 2015
An innovative project involving USC Education students gaining wider field experience in the Indigenous community of Cherbourg during 2014 has been hailed a success.
Canadian biologist joins USC for life saving research5 Feb 2015
A Canadian biologist has arrived at USC this week for a collaborative research project that could help save hundreds of thousands of lives in developing nations.
Saving turtles off Cairns inspires USC student4 Feb 2015
Helping return a green sea turtle to the ocean after it had recovered from illness has inspired USC student Daniel Walker to pursue a career in saving marine life.
Humanitarian set to shine at USC3 Feb 2015
At just 17 and with two humanitarian aid trips to Cambodia under her belt, it’s true to say that former Maroochydore State High School captain Rubie Orman enjoys adventure and a challenge.