Year 12s escape ATAR stress with early USC offers31 Aug 2020
There are still four months to go in 2020, but Year 12 student Alyssa Dakin has already accepted an offer to study Occupational Therapy at USC next year.
New USC lab to focus on local research with global impact27 Aug 2020
USC has opened a specialist science laboratory on the Fraser Coast to facilitate pioneering ecological research into local wildlife, including whales, turtles and fish species.
Top science prize for USC ecologist helping wildlife27 Aug 2020
A USC scientist renowned for her work with wildlife and detection dogs has been named the Queensland Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year, one of the state’s top science prizes.
Enrolling in Law a moot point for school leavers25 Aug 2020
Two 2019 Chancellor State College graduates are living their dream as USC Law students, inspired to study after competing in the University’s moot court.
Free mental wellbeing support for Queenslanders24 Aug 2020
A free program for Queenslanders wishing to proactively support their mental wellbeing has today commenced through USC’s Thompson Institute.
USC seaweed science to feature in national doco24 Aug 2020
Seaweed science at USC is set make a splash on screens across the country today, on an ABC documentary that explores positive solutions to climate change.
COVID-19 vaccine trial begins at USC19 Aug 2020
USC Clinical Trials is bringing COVID-19 vaccine research, previously only available in Australia’s major cities, to the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay.
Professor Bartlett becomes USC’s Vice-Chancellor17 Aug 2020
Accomplished executive leader and aged care expert Professor Helen Bartlett has commenced work today as USC’s third Vice-Chancellor and President.
USC expands online learning options17 Aug 2020
New students from Fraser Coast, Gympie and Caboolture will be able to access an extensive range of USC degrees online from next year.
Expanded USC Art Gallery to reopen to public14 Aug 2020
USC Art Gallery will reopen on Monday 17 August after closing its doors for 10 months to complete a $1.4 million redevelopment.
USC Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Hill retires14 Aug 2020
From primary school teacher in his 20s to university leader in his 60s, Professor Greg Hill’s career has been marked by ambition, achievement and accolade.
USC earns five-star ratings in Good Unis Guide14 Aug 2020
USC has continued to score five-star ratings in key areas of student satisfaction, such as teaching quality and overall experience, in the annual Good Universities Guide.
Student model becomes model student12 Aug 2020
Volunteering as an amputee model for Prosthetics and Orthotics students practising their new skills was an introduction to USC for accountant David Williams.
Young mums program sets Tabitha on career path11 Aug 2020
Receiving a USC Nursing Science degree this year was a crowning moment for Tabitha Kidd, whose academic journey involved overcoming many challenges, including having to leave school before finishing senior to support herself.
Hatchlings to put emu ‘gender reveal’ to the test10 Aug 2020
A new technique that could end the gender guessing game for emu and the endangered Southern Cassowary has been put to the test at USC, with the hatching of 10 fluffy chicks.
Graduate scoops design job at the Museum of Ice Cream6 Aug 2020
USC Design and Communication graduate Lilli Collingwood sank her teeth into a delectable new career in New York City early last year at the Museum of Ice Cream.
Oldest Red-tailed Tropicbird found on reef island5 Aug 2020
USC researchers have found what could be the oldest known breeding individual of one of the world’s most elusive seabirds on Lady Elliot Island, at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.
Graduate on cutting edge of respiratory work in UK4 Aug 2020
Biomedical Science graduate Kellie Strickland had to pinch herself when she landed in England in September last year to take up a respiratory physiologist position at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
Identical twins cater to nutrition needs of Lightning3 Aug 2020
Identical twin sisters with USC Nutrition and Dietetics degrees are working to boost the power performances of Sunshine Coast Lightning players this season.