USC offers Headstart for high school students28 August 2014
High school students keen to kick off their tertiary studies early are invited to a special information session at USC at 6pm on Wednesday 10 September.
USC to outline Headstart and early offer scheme28 August 2014
High school students in Gympie keen to kick off their tertiary studies early are invited to a special information session at USC’s Gympie campus on Tuesday 9 September.
Outstanding 2014 USC Alumni named28 August 2014
Three USC graduates who have achieved extraordinary results in their fields of water quality research, digital design and sports business will receive this year’s USC Outstanding Alumni Awards.
USC produces economic snapshot of Coast28 August 2014
The University of the Sunshine Coast has released an independent economic summary of the greater Sunshine Coast region.
When is war against the law?27 August 2014
International humanitarian law will be the focus of a free public social justice forum hosted by the USC Law Students’ Association (USCLSA) on Tuesday 2 September at 7pm.
Safe sleeping pod for babies gains funding boost27 August 2014
An award-winning USC program that provides portable safe sleeping places for at-risk Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies has gained a funding boost of $143,560.
USC students enlisted to preserve WWI history26 August 2014
Budding historians at the University of the Sunshine Coast are doing their bit to preserve the memories of local World War I diggers by signing up for an inspirational project called ‘Adopt a Digger’.
Meeting of the minds to consider Gympie’s future25 August 2014
The future educational and employment needs of the Gympie region will be high on the agenda at a special “meeting of the minds” in Gympie on Tuesday 26 August.
‘Gruen Transfer’ guru to inspire USC academics21 August 2014
Strategist, behavioural researcher and social commentator Dan Gregory is set to inspire lecturers and tutors at USC as part of its annual Learning and Teaching Week from 1-5 September.
Forum to spark cultural debate at USC21 August 2014
USC students and staff from different countries and cultures are expected to join a dynamic public forum where at least six local religious leaders will debate the issue of diversity across our region.
Psychology PhD examines 'food cues'20 August 2014
A USC researcher is examining whether food cues in the environment – such as supermarket, television and roadside advertising – are contributing to the obesity epidemic.
Recycled plastic beehives stack up for pitch prize19 August 2014
A planned business based on beehives made from recycled plastic created a buzz at the final of the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast’s annual Business Pitch competition last week.
Social work book aims to drive change18 August 2014
The founding Associate Professor and Head of Social Work at USC will give a public lecture and launch her new book on campus on Tuesday 19 August.
USC hosts state final of Science Challenge17 August 2014
Almost 290 of Queensland’s smartest Year 10 students will converge on USC on Monday 18 August for the State final of the Science and Engineering Super Challenge.
Educational experience at USC keeps shining14 August 2014
The University of the Sunshine Coast has been recognised once again as a national leader in the educational experience it provides students.
Creative excellence on show at USC Gallery14 August 2014
An exhibition showcasing a stunning collection of visual art by regional secondary school students will go on display at the USC Gallery on Thursday 21 August at 6.30pm.
Innovative businesses pitch to win at USC13 August 2014
Ten of the region’s most innovative businesses will compete for the attention of investors and prizes worth $20,000 in the finals of the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast’s annual Business Pitch Competition on 14 August.
New USC researcher helps victims of ID theft13 August 2014
A new USC academic is leading research into the prevention and effects of identity theft, a crime that affects one million people across Australia and New Zealand each year.
Elite Australian squad trains in USC pool13 August 2014
A squad of elite Australian swimmers are currently using the University of the Sunshine Coast’s pool in preparation for the fiercely contested 2014 Pan Pacific Championships on the Gold Coast next week.
Psychology Head appointed to national board11 August 2014
USC Professor of Psychology Mary Katsikitis has been appointed to the board of the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council.
Coast residents to dream big at Imaginarium8 August 2014
Sunshine Coast residents will be invited to dream big when they attend the region’s first Imaginarium at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Sunday 10 August.
Engineering from the Coast to Antarctica7 August 2014
Research to improve our roads, protect the world’s polar regions, and understand how climate change is affecting coastal erosion will be presented at a free public lecture at USC on Tuesday 19 August.
Design student wins national award6 August 2014
USC Design student Jaclyn Crane has won a highly competitive national student design award with her striking entry Remember Fukushima.
USC sets sail for world of imagination5 August 2014
A prototype snow vehicle designed to break world records as it sails across Antarctica to the South Pole will be on show at the Sunshine Coast Imaginarium at USC on Sunday 10 August.
Simulation learning goes high-tech at USC4 August 2014
The potential uses for the University of the Sunshine Coast's high-tech Immerse Studio seem to be limited only by the imagination.
Senator to open Learning and Teaching Hub3 August 2014
Queensland Senator James McGrath will officially open USC's newest building, its impressive Learning and Teaching Hub, at 10am on Monday 4 August.