Research to explore phone use in vehicles31 August 2015
New University of the Sunshine Coast research will explore the mobile phone use of drivers of all ages through an application built by the App Factory, a business based at USC’s Innovation Centre.
University medallist launches nursing career31 August 2015
A Bli Bli woman who decided to attend university 10 years after finishing Year 12 at Mountain Creek State High School has launched her dream career with a job on the Coast.
Proposed USQ Fraser Coast campus transfer to USC28 August 2015
The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) and the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) are currently in discussions to enable the transfer of the USQ Fraser Coast Campus to USC to increase tertiary education opportunities in the region.
Students get creative for new USC exhibition28 August 2015
Four high school students have been recognised as some of the region’s best young artistic talent.
Research predicts changes for marine life27 August 2015
Marine life will be thrown into chaos by ocean warming by the year 2100, according to a new international study co-authored by a University of the Sunshine Coast expert in quantitative ecology.
Professor sees big future for little-known nut26 August 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast researcher is using her expertise in growing Australia's macadamia market to help turn a little-known Pacific nut into a global industry.
USC students mobilise to promote health26 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast health students have hit the road to encourage better bone health.
Engineering talent to be recognised25 August 2015
The best in up-and-coming Engineering talent will be celebrated at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s 2015 Engineering Awards presentation ceremony tomorrow evening (Wednesday 26 August).
USC research to aid fight against dementia25 August 2015
Helping men age successfully – and memorably – is the aim of a University of the Sunshine Coast research project that’s investigating why exercise might help to prevent memory loss conditions such as dementia.
Sensational cities in seminar spotlight24 August 2015
The challenges of designing built environments that will enhance the lives of the next generation, particularly children with disabilities such as autism, will be examined at a seminar at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow, Tuesday 25 August.
USC scientist wins Qld Tall Poppy Award21 August 2015
A USC Research Fellow working to prevent young driver road crashes was last night named joint winner of the 2015 Queensland Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year.
Sports talk to offer media tips for athletes20 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast Lecturer in Journalism Peter English aims to bridge the gap between athletes and sports journalists in a special public lecture on Friday 28 August.
Student scientists put projects to the test19 August 2015
The Sunshine Coast’s scientists of the future will reveal their research skills at an exciting University of the Sunshine Coast event on Thursday 20 August.
PhD student pioneers devil disease test19 August 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast PhD student has detected the deadly leptospirosis bacteria in Tasmanian devils for the first time and isolated a strain of the disease never before seen in Australian wildlife.
USC tops teaching quality for a decade19 August 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast is celebrating 10 years of gaining five stars for teaching quality in the annual independent Good Universities Guide.
Creative Generation exhibition at USC Gallery19 August 2015
A stunning collection of visual art by regional secondary school students will go on display at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery on Thursday 20 August.
Teens, seniors linked to prevent online crime18 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast researchers and campus-based organisation iDcare today (Tuesday 18 August) launched an innovative program that will link high school students with aged care residents in an effort to reduce online identity theft.
Researchers focus on managing health anxiety18 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast researchers are seeking survey participants to help shed light on the different ways people think about their health.
USC property expert to lead industry event13 August 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast property expert is expecting to see a rise in local market sentiment at the Australian Property Institute’s annual industry information event on Tuesday 25 August.
USC’s work placement expertise rewarded13 August 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast has been recognised as a sector leader in the use of a system that assigns students to their respective work placements.
Symposium to focus on Indigenous education12 August 2015
Indigenous education leaders from around the country will gather at the University of the Sunshine Coast for the 9th annual Indigenous Education Symposium on Saturday 29 August.
Creative excellence on show at USC Gallery12 August 2015
An exhibition showcasing a stunning collection of visual art by regional secondary school students will open at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery on Thursday 20 August at 6.30pm.
Future in-sync for USC Science Education students11 August 2015
Two University of the Sunshine Coast students were given the opportunity to carry out research alongside world-renowned scientists at the Australian Synchrotron Melbourne recently.
Coeliac diagnosis whets Dominique’s appetite11 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast student Dominique Ryan is confident her experience of living with coeliac disease will help inform her future practice as a dietitian.
USC to host Explorama event for curious kids10 August 2015
Whiz kids from around south-east Queensland will enjoy a day of fun and learning at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Sunday 16 August.
Students engineer early start to USC study10 August 2015
Two Gympie students successfully laid the foundations for their Engineering studies at the University of the Sunshine Coast while they were at high school, by participating in USC’s Integrated Learning Engineering (ILE) program.
USC backs efforts to stamp out racism7 August 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast has joined a national campaign supporting AFL player Adam Goodes and calling for “renewed efforts to stamp out racism in sport and everyday life”.
Imagination can open up career potential6 August 2015
Aspiring super sleuths will be able to test out their investigative skills at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s annual Imaginarium and Open Day on Sunday 9 August from 10am to 2pm.
USC study takes on ‘ticking time bomb’ condition6 August 2015
A specialised research team at the University of the Sunshine Coast is carrying out vital research into ‘forgotten’ cardiovascular conditions.
USC’s major event to fire up the imagination5 August 2015
USC will this Sunday stage its annual Imaginarium and Open Day – a major event that is expected to attract 8,000 visitors from across Queensland.
Ocean-loving student launches swimwear range5 August 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast student is sharing her passion for marine conservation in a unique – and stylish – way, as the founder of local swimwear label OceanZen Bikini.
USC backs new regional schools drama festival4 August 2015
The popularity of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Creative Industries degree has prompted USC’s support for the inaugural schools’ drama festival that will culminate at Caloundra this Saturday 8 August.
Katherine lands dream job creating little miracles4 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast graduate Katherine Thompson has started work as a clinical embryologist at a Brisbane fertility clinic after completing a Bachelor of Biomedical Science.
Poster evening to display engineering innovation3 August 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast Engineering students will be presenting innovative solutions to real-world problems at the Final-Year Engineering Project Poster Evening on Tuesday 4 July.