Research to support young drivers with autism30 Jul 2015
Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast are seeking young drivers who have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their parents to participate in a road safety study.
Hogwarts goes on trial at USC’s Imaginarium30 Jul 2015
In a court case that will feature more spells than adjournments, the fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry will go on trial at USC's annual Imaginarium and Open Day on Sunday 9 August.
Honours gives Scott the edge for helicopter rescue role29 Jul 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast graduate Scott Ford is now working aboard a Queensland Government Air Rescue helicopter after completing his Honours in Biomechanics.
Former All Blacks skills coach talks biomechanics29 Jul 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast exercise expert will present the science of taking an athlete’s performance from good to great in a public lecture on Friday 7 August.
Researcher explores dark side of erotic fiction28 Jul 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast researcher Naomi Stekelenburg has shed new light on one of literature’s most controversial figures – and she’s not talking about Christian Grey.
USC welcomes ‘disruptive’ new professor27 Jul 2015
As USC's first Professor of Disruptive Technologies, Stuart Smith has a keen interest in the way digital technologies are rapidly transforming the way we live, work and play.
Art encourages people to look after environment22 Jul 2015
Having environmental art in the community encourages people to look after their environmental surroundings, USC researcher Megan Marks has declared.
USC Gympie hosts jobs expo for Year 5 students21 Jul 2015
Up to 500 Year 5 students from 15 schools in the Gympie region will gain hands-on exposure to a variety of interesting careers at a "Smart Steps: Jobs to Go" expo on Wednesday 22 July.
USC and Police Service introduce Student Watch21 Jul 2015
USC has teamed up with the Queensland Police Service to launch Queensland’s first Student Watch – a project similar to the highly successful Neighbourhood Watch scheme.
Researcher to discuss concussion in junior sport17 Jul 2015
USC researcher Amanda Clacy will present a free public presentation on Monday 20 July on how sporting bodies may be able to better understand and manage concussion in junior players.
USC welcomes 1,750 new students mid-year17 Jul 2015
Almost 1,750 new students will receive a friendly introduction to university life at USC's Semester 2 Welcome Week starting Monday 20 July.
Overseas trip up for grabs at Imaginarium16 Jul 2015
Visitors to the USC's exciting annual Imaginarium on Sunday 9 August will be in the running to win a trip to an exotic overseas location.
Welcome Day for USC Gympie students15 Jul 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast will welcome more than 40 new students to its growing Gympie campus with a special Semester 2 Welcome Day on Thursday 16 July.
Contests to showcase brevity and brilliance15 Jul 2015
Academics and students are gearing up for two rapid-fire competitions that will cap off the University of the Sunshine Coast’s 2015 Research Week on Thursday 16 July.
Champion halfback gains guernsey for Voices15 Jul 2015
Former Queensland State of Origin halfback Scott Prince will be among the line-up of children's authors presenting at this week’s Voices on the Coast festival at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Celebration for a gift that will keep on giving14 Jul 2015
A multi-level parking facility unlike any other in the region will be officially opened at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday 15 July at 10.30am.
EMBA graduate helping to save most vulnerable14 Jul 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast graduate is using his Executive Master of Business Administration to help save lives.
USC women’s hockey team scores surprise gold13 Jul 2015
USC's women’s hockey team has emerged as a surprise victor at the 2015 Northern University Games held in Toowoomba last week.
Students head to Tonga for whale tourism research13 Jul 2015
A group of USC students will be at the forefront of international research into humpback whale tourism when they travel to Tonga for a study tour in late July.
What will the Sunshine Coast look like in 2030?9 Jul 2015
A free public seminar that will provide insights into what the Sunshine Coast could look like in 15 years’ time will be held on Thursday 16 July as part of USC's annual Research Week.
Learn about emerging careers at parent info event9 Jul 2015
USC Lecturer in Serious Games Development Ben Rolfe might not have a jobs market crystal ball, but the high-tech computer and visualisation equipment he uses has given him great insight into some emerging new careers.
Academic earns international award for cancer research9 Jul 2015
A USC academic who is dedicated to determining how much sunlight exposure is healthy for people has just returned to Australia after receiving an impressive international award in the United States.
Constitution in focus for NAIDOC Week at USC8 Jul 2015
An academic from Canada will present a talk on the topic 'Indigenous Constitutional Politics, Reconciliation and Decolonisation' as a special NAIDOC Week event at USC on Friday 10 July.
Academics gain funding for dingo research8 Jul 2015
USC academics have won two out of four Queensland Government grants to research dingoes on Fraser Island and are involved in a third grant project won by the University of Queensland.
Research projects gain $1.4million in grants7 Jul 2015
USC has won competitive grants valued at more than $1.4million for three major research projects aimed at improving workplace safety, encouraging safer driving and boosting koala conservation.
Accounting student secures prime graduate role7 Jul 2015
USC Business student Laura Ehsman has the corporate world firmly in her sights after securing a graduate accounting position with global professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
USC part of world-first nursing study6 Jul 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine has contributed to an international study into the use of drips in patients.
Breakfast events to link business and research3 Jul 2015
USC and Sunshine Coast Council will stage three industry breakfasts from 14-16 July to help strengthen links between research and business across the region.
USC athletes go for gold at Northern Uni Games2 Jul 2015
Ninety athletes from USC will head to Toowoomba this weekend to compete in the 2015 Northern University Games from 5-9 July.
Art academic co-curates national exhibition2 Jul 2015
USC academic Dr Lisa Chandler has co-curated a national art exhibition which uses Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives to reimagine the encounter between Captain James Cook’s crew and Aboriginal people in 1770.
Writer brings past to life with new novel2 Jul 2015
Internationally-acclaimed author and USC Associate Professor Gary Crew will this weekend launch his latest novel – a fascinating recount of the fate of two young castaways in the Torres Strait.
Exhibitions celebrate canoe making and art from Vanuatu2 Jul 2015
Exhibitions that celebrate the canoe-making skills of the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi people and the print-making artistry of villagers in Vanuatu will open at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery on Thursday 9 July.
Lucy moves from haunting study halls to spooking clients1 Jul 2015
Lucy Delaforce of Boondall has gained employment with Ghost Tours Pty Ltd at Brisbane's Boggo Road Gaol while completing a Bachelor of Business at USC SouthBank.
There are no losers in USC Gainers program1 Jul 2015
A new program offered by the University of the Sunshine Coast is focusing on helping gym goers put on weight, rather than lose it.
Surfboards in spotlight at Research Week seminar1 Jul 2015
The sustainability of the region’s surfboard-making industry will be in the spotlight at one of three public seminars during USC's annual Research Week from 13-16 July.