USC staff deliver Christmas donations to Salvos16 December 2014
About 200 families seeking help from the Salvation Army’s Maroochydore office this Christmas will benefit from the donations of staff from USC.
Snail scent scares pest starfish – new research15 December 2014
Scientists at USC and the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) have found that the scent of a rare giant sea snail terrifies the crown-of-thorns starfish.
Paramedic Science students win awards for research15 December 2014
Two University of the Sunshine Coast Paramedic Science students have been awarded Paramedics Australasia Student Scientific Grants for their outstanding research papers.
Heidi boosts business success by degrees14 December 2014
An entrepreneurial local businesswoman who was recognised in this year's Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network Awards has enrolled to study Psychology at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
$284,000 grant for USC to boost regional study12 December 2014
A new $284,000 grant will enable USC to lead a project in collaboration with seven other regional universities to find the best ways of delivering state-of-the-art education to students of the future.
USC to host all-day Q&A on Friday 19 December11 December 2014
USC will expand its annual Options Q&A event to a full-day format on Friday 19 December in response to demand from prospective students.
OP2 student gets $12,000 bonus for USC degree11 December 2014
When Chancellor State College OP2 graduate Matt Beighton decided to enrol at USC to pursue a Bachelor of Science in 2015, he knew there would be a number of extracurricular benefits.
USC produces next generation of nursing leaders10 December 2014
USC has gained a strong reputation for producing nursing leaders after its third student in three years was named a national Emerging Nurse Leader.
Technology award for USC building10 December 2014
USC’s multimillion dollar Learning and Teaching Hub has won another award, this time for its innovative technology.
Student on fast track to international career9 December 2014
International Studies student Abe Burford is on the fast track to international success after being awarded a prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarship.
Student designs sustainable classroom of future9 December 2014
USC Education student Troy Stretton has an eye for the future and it’s won him national acclaim.
Graduate’s passion for pathology rewarded8 December 2014
A USC Medical Laboratory Science student has secured a much sought-after position with Pathology Queensland just one month after graduating from the Associate Degree.
Gravity animation wins DigiXFest gong8 December 2014
A stop motion animation film created by two USC students that explains why gravity works differently on Earth and the moon has taken out first prize at DigiXFest in Sydney.
Psychology research to help fast food consumers4 December 2014
Images of fast food on menu boards seem to carry more weight with consumers than written information about their nutritional content, according to research by a USC Psychology student.
USC study trip to Vietnam is good for business4 December 2014
Four local school principals and deputy principals studying an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) at USC were among a group of 19 postgraduate business students who recently travelled to Vietnam.
Seniors group exercise help reduce risk of falls4 December 2014
New research from a USC PhD student has shown that seniors who exercise in groups are likely to have a reduced risk of falls later down the track.
Academic’s use of ‘flipped learning’ earns award3 December 2014
An engineering academic who has urged his students to use their smart phones before, during and after class will be among 12 dedicated staff to receive USC’s 2014 Advance Awards on Thursday 4 December.
Sporting champions inducted into Hall of Fame2 December 2014
An inspirational Paralympic swimmer and a world champion longboard surfer have been inducted into the Sunshine Coast Sports Hall of Fame at USC.
Pet ownership research wins award1 December 2014
Award-winning research by a USC Occupational Therapy (OT) Honours student has confirmed what many senior pet owners already believe – that owning pets is good for them.
Alcohol risk to teenage brains explained1 December 2014
The author of a new book that explains the workings of the teenage brain is horrified by scenes of drunken schoolies – concerned that they are exposing themselves to not only physical injuries from risky behaviour, but may also be damaging their developing brains from consuming alcohol.