Honours student shines light on forest marsupial31 Oct 2017
A USC Science Honours student who spent long nights in state forest north-west of Gympie searching for the “eye-shines” of Australia’s biggest gliding marsupial has received an Ecological Society of Australia scholarship.
USC sustainability research celebrates milestone31 Oct 2017
The local and global impacts of USC’s Sustainability Research Centre over the past decade have been outlined by its academics, research students and graduates, and partners in the community.
Spartans claim top club title at short course championships31 Oct 2017
USC Spartans have returned with a swag of medals and a number one club ranking from the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Swimming Championships held in Adelaide last week.
USC to give young students a vision of the future30 Oct 2017
A day filled with dream jobs and careers of the future is planned for almost 250 Year 7 and 8 students at USC’s Fraser Coast campus.
Headstart to USC leads to Indonesian experience30 Oct 2017
When Kaitlin Pepper of Diddillibah signed up for a USC Indonesian language course at age 15, she began a journey that would see her studying in the buzzing Javanese city of Yogyakarta.
Young science stars compete at USC27 Oct 2017
Innovative young minds from high schools across the Fraser Coast have showcased their scientific skills and knowledge at the 2017 Science Research Awards hosted by USC.
New books outline latest research on how we learn26 Oct 2017
The latest textbooks by two USC academics who are leaders in the educational and psychological development of children will be launched by Oxford University Press at USC on Thursday 2 November.
View the shape of things to come at art gallery25 Oct 2017
The digital design work and commercial graphic portfolios of advanced-level Design students will be on display at the USC Art Gallery until Saturday 18 November.
Degree helps journalist become school teacher25 Oct 2017
A former broadcast journalist and editor with a passion for English and History has used a USC double degree to launch a new career in secondary education – teaching English, History and broadcast media.
USC Nursing students to deliver care in Indonesia24 Oct 2017
USC Nursing Science student Emma Kendall hopes to make a lasting impact on rural villagers from the Indonesian island of Java when she takes part in the University’s first accredited international nursing placement.
Satisfy thirst for knowledge at pub lectures23 Oct 2017
USC is taking science and research into Fraser Coast pubs as part of a free ‘Raising the Bar’ public lecture series.
USC Psychology celebrates top national ranking23 Oct 2017
The overall experience of students in USC’s Psychology program has been ranked the best of all public universities in Australia.
USC student takes to the skies with Flying Doctors19 Oct 2017
USC Fraser Coast Nursing student Jeannie Fortune has ended her studies on a high with a clinical placement as a flight nurse with the Royal Flying Doctors Service.
Aspiring engineers yabba, dabba, doo prehistoric golf machine challenge19 Oct 2017
USC Mechanical Engineering students have been set an interesting stone-age challenge of creating the best ‘Flintstones-era’ putting machine.
Opera to Broadway on menu for lunchtime treats19 Oct 2017
Two lunchtime performances by USC’s first Director of Vocal Arts Suzanne Kompass are set to provide a taste of what is to come when the University introduces a major in Music at the start of next year.
USC academic named Engineers Australia Fellow18 Oct 2017
USC Engineering academic Associate Professor Terry Lucke has been named as a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia.
Caboolture boilermaker changes career to become engineer17 Oct 2017
Former Caboolture boilermaker Nathan Spann is working as a site engineer on a multi-million-dollar housing project at Bokarina after completing a degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
PhD’s special meaning for graduate with dyslexia16 Oct 2017
Minyama resident Jacqueline Caskey says her new USC Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is double proof that students with dyslexia can achieve extraordinary goals if they have determination and the support of their educational institution.
USC to introduce Medical Science degree16 Oct 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast will offer a Bachelor of Medical Science for the first time in Semester 1, 2018.
USC Gympie student is a future education leader13 Oct 2017
A USC Gympie student with a keen interest in teaching in Aboriginal communities has been recognised as a potential future leader in rural and remote education.
Career switch has Ghiuwon flying high at USC13 Oct 2017
A quest for a rewarding new career and a fascination for Fraser Island were the catalysts for a remarkable life change for international USC student Ghiuwon Kim from South Korea.
Eye-catching USC buildings to open to public12 Oct 2017
Six stunning USC buildings will go on display to the public on Saturday 21 October as part of the Sunshine Coast Open House program.
Graduate was ‘never held back’ by disabilities12 Oct 2017
‘Little by little’ was the mantra that inspirational graduate Shane Connelly of Maroochydore used to earn a USC Business degree despite setbacks associated with multiple disabilities.
USC academics lead establishment of conservation dog network12 Oct 2017
Two USC academics have been instrumental in establishing an Australian-first network of organisations that use dogs for environmental work.
Fraser Coast graduate aims to work in child safety11 Oct 2017
The first Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduate from USC’s Fraser Coast campus is building a career to improve the lives of vulnerable children
USC Creative Arts graduate wins $10,000 state award and book publication11 Oct 2017
A Gympie resident who this year graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Doctor of Creative Arts (DCA) has won a Queensland Literary Award for the historical fiction draft novel she wrote in five months.
Tomato waste at rotten levels: USC study11 Oct 2017
Supermarket demands for premium, unblemished fruit and vegetables are contributing to alarming waste in Queensland’s tomato growing industry, according to a USC study.
Master graduates publish first anthology10 Oct 2017
The seeds of creative writing success have been sown in a new book published by USC’s first cohort of Master of Professional Practice (Creative Writing) graduates.
USC students help develop cyber first aid kit10 Oct 2017
Two USC Design students will today attend the launch in Sydney of a Cyber First Aid Kit that they helped develop while on placement with national identity and cybercrime support service IDCARE.
USC student shortlisted for Women in Law award10 Oct 2017
A USC student’s efforts to promote equality in the legal field has seen her named as a Law Student of the Year finalist at the 2017 Women in Law awards.
Cody is USC’s first Criminology graduate5 Oct 2017
A former Mundubbera schoolboy who discovered a passion for examining the criminal justice system is USC’s first Bachelor of Criminology and Justice graduate.
Science student lands climate internship at CSIRO4 Oct 2017
When USC student Davide Di Mauro finishes his Environmental Science studies next month, he will step straight into the research laboratories of the CSIRO.
Former day care operator gains academic success3 Oct 2017
A former Family Day Care business operator who believed for years that a university education was out of reach is now achieving top grades in an Early Childhood Education degree at USC Gympie.
Five-medal haul for USC at Australian Uni Games3 Oct 2017
USC has achieved its best result at the Australian University Games, picking up five medals and finishing sixth on the per capita rankings after a week of tough competition on the Gold Coast.