Research talks to empower patients and parents30 Jun 2015
Professor of Nursing Marianne Wallis will present a talk entitled ‘Drips, drains and wounds – how can nurses stop hospitals hurting people’ as part of a free community lecture series at USC on Tuesday 14 July.
Planning needed to deal with ‘wonky walking’30 Jun 2015
An American academic who specialises in road safety will discuss whether mobile devices are turning teens into wonky walkers when he addresses a free public seminar at USC on Wednesday 1 July.
USC medallist becomes health service dietitian25 Jun 2015
Former hotel food and beverage manager Nina Meloncelli has launched a new career in the health sector with a University of the Sunshine Coast degree in Nutrition and Dietetics.
Planned burn of habitat on USC campus24 Jun 2015
A planned burn of a section of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s compensatory habitat site is planned for Wednesday 8 July, weather permitting.
USC to host convergence of maths educators23 Jun 2015
A project that saw local school children use mathematics to influence policy on the location of a skate park at Nambour will be among the matters discussed at an international conference of maths educators at USC starting on Sunday.
Year 8s to step into new world of learning at USC23 Jun 2015
Thirty aspiring scientists, engineers and mathematicians will become the first high school students to experience the University of the Sunshine Coast’s impressive new 3D visualisation facilities on Wednesday 24 June.
Open day to showcase expanding study options in Gympie19 Jun 2015
Those keen to explore the expanding number of study options available in Gympie are invited to attend Gympie’s Learning and Education Precinct Open Day on Wednesday 24 June.
USC research to be presented at U3A lecture series18 Jun 2015
USC academics will outline their exciting research activities at a series of public lectures starting Friday 26 June that has been organised by the Noosa branch of the University of the Third Age (Noosa U3A).
'Dream car' conversation could be a life saver18 Jun 2015
Having a serious conversation with teenagers about their “dream car” could end up saving their lives, according to USC road safety researcher Dr Bridie Scott-Parker.
Research to give voice to stateless children17 Jun 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast academic Dr Harriot Beazley has played a key role in ground-breaking international research aimed at reducing the incidence of children being born stateless.
One of USC's first graduates wins major IT award16 Jun 2015
A Twin Waters information technology professional who was among the University of the Sunshine Coast’s first graduates in 1999 has won a national award for her skills.
Great minds think alike for award-winning science couple15 Jun 2015
Former Australia Zoo keeper Cat Manwaring, who earned a University of the Sunshine Coast Medal for outstanding grades during her Biomedical Science degree, is returning to study Honours.
Sport scientist to discuss performance recovery11 Jun 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast sport scientist Angela Calder will present a public lecture about performance recovery for athletes on Friday 12 June.
Gecko skin could be the shape of things to come10 Jun 2015
Research by USC academics has found that the surface structure of a Queensland gecko’s skin is so extraordinary it could have countless industrial, scientific and medical applications if replicated.
Butterfly Garden starts to bloom for festival5 Jun 2015
The first new butterflies have spread their wings in a garden specifically designed to attract them to the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Sippy Downs campus.
Humanitarian engineering contest team gains high-tech boost5 Jun 2015
USC students competing next semester in a global humanitarian engineering contest to help residents of a poor, remote African village will have a high-tech advantage over their rivals.
Marine biologist becomes hospital nurse4 Jun 2015
A Peregian Beach marine biologist has gained a new career as a theatre nurse with a Nursing Science degree from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Location and dedication add up for Commerce medallist2 Jun 2015
New USC Bachelor of Commerce graduate Kayla Rose has not had to move far to find career success after landing a job with an accountancy firm in her home town of Caloundra.
Graduate aims to help Indigenous kids realise dreams1 Jun 2015
Torres Strait Islander Alister Bartholomew has realised his dreams by going to university and is now working to help others experience the transformational power of education.