USC graduates in demand in rural classrooms30 November 2015
Sisters Laura and Ellen Gavin are among a growing number of USC graduates swapping the coast for the country through the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Rural and Remote Education Bursary program, with the pair both securing teaching positions at Mt Isa.
Ironman leads Science and Engineering30 November 2015
An award-winning researcher with a love for long-distance sporting events is the new Head of the School of Science and Engineering at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Youth take stage at Futures Conference26 November 2015
The Sunshine Coast’s future leaders will be front and centre at a major economic forum at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow (Friday 27 November).
Champions into Sports Hall of Fame26 November 2015
Two outstanding female sporting greats were inducted into the Sunshine Coast Sports Hall of Fame at a special ceremony at the University of the Sunshine Coast last night (Wednesday 25 November).
EMBA students talk business in China26 November 2015
Eye-opening insights into international business culture were on the itinerary for a group of postgraduate business students from the University of the Sunshine Coast during a recent study tour to China.
Domestic violence forum to talk ‘constructive conflict’25 November 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast academic will highlight the benefits of ‘constructive conflict’ at a major domestic violence forum at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday 9 December.
Academic picked for global initiative24 November 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s standing as an international leader in sustainability research has been recognised with the selection of a USC academic to the steering committee of a new sustainability initiative
New inductees for Sports Hall of Fame24 November 2015
The Sunshine Coast Sports Hall of Fame will welcome two new members at a special induction ceremony at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow evening (Wednesday 25 November).
Norwegian business specialist returns to USC23 November 2015
Six years after having the “best year of his life” at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Norwegian management specialist Olav Apeland has returned to study a second Masters degree.
Fragile elements feature in exhibition19 November 2015
German-born Sunshine Coast artist Katrin Terton will present her exhibition, Random Transitions: fibre.
Road users wanted to improve intersections19 November 2015
Local road users have been invited to help evaluate and refine intersection designs of the future by participating in an interactive workshop at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Tuesday 1 December.
Gamers get serious about change19 November 2015
Serious Games students at the University of the Sunshine Coast will demonstrate how games can be used to inspire social change at an interactive event on campus on Friday 20 November.
Book helps business forecast future18 November 2015
Forecasting the future is about to become a little easier thanks to a new book by a University of the Sunshine Coast academic.
Academic defies gravity - for research17 November 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast academic Dr Chris Askew has spent the past week defying gravity – all in the name of research.
Universities commit to Fraser Coast transfer17 November 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast is now a big step closer to having a Fraser Coast campus following the recent signing of documents to enable the transfer of the University of Southern Queensland’s campus at Hervey Bay to USC.
USC selected for Moreton Bay University Precinct17 November 2015
A Queensland-based university ranked as one of Australia’s top universities for teaching quality has been selected to develop the exciting new Moreton Bay Region University Precinct at Petrie.
Jamie-Lee to Rise, and Shine with Headstart16 November 2015
Maroochydore State High School Year 10 student Jamie-Lee Mills will have a running start to university after winning a University of the Sunshine Coast ‘Rise, and Shine’ award.
Researchers win Gates Foundation grant13 November 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast announced today that it is a Grand Challenges Explorations winner, an initiative funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Study at USC Gympie over summer13 November 2015
It’s not too late in the year for Gympie region residents to start studying at uni.
Aussie of the Year at USC Domestic Violence forum12 November 2015
Australian of the Year Rosie Batty will be the keynote speaker at a major domestic violence forum at the University of the Sunshine Coast early next month.
USC's Graduate Walk almost complete12 November 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast has almost secured the support it needs to create a unique paved pathway that will celebrate hundreds of graduates and, at the same time, financially assist current and future students.
Conference to help boost Coast’s economy12 November 2015
Strategies to boost regional development on the Sunshine Coast that bear in mind local opportunities and obstacles will be presented by two international experts at a major forum at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Friday 27 November.
ARC grants for media, crustacean research11 November 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast has won more than half a million dollars in two competitive national grants to study the effects of media globalisation on Australian children’s television, and the genetic development of an Australian lobster species.
USC boosts growing interest in soils10 November 2015
Green thumbs from across the region gained the lowdown on how to boost soil quality during a recent workshop at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s community food garden.
Drive safe in memory of crash victims10 November 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast academic is urging drivers to take extra care on the roads this week ahead of a global day to remember road crash victims.
Scholarship seals Antarctic study9 November 2015
A former OP1 student of Mountain Creek State High School who fast-tracked her University of the Sunshine Coast degree has launched an exciting career in Antarctic science – in Tasmania.
Para-cyclist champ wins Sports Award6 November 2015
Inspirational para-cycling world champion Kyle Bridgwood has been named the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Sportsperson of the Year for 2015.
Elite swim coach at USC Sports Awards5 November 2015
Fresh from guiding Australia’s elite swimmers to success at the recent FINA World Championships in Russia, local coach Chris Mooney is set to inspire athletes from a wide range of disciplines at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s annual Sports Awards Ceremony tomorrow (Friday 6 November).
New Environmental Management degree5 November 2015
Students with a drive to help create a better environmental future can enrol in a new Bachelor of Environmental Management offered by the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Economic report indicates bright future4 November 2015
Steady growth in the Sunshine Coast’s infrastructure, population and tourism activity are contributing to a strengthening regional economy, according to an annual report released by the University of the Sunshine Coast today.
New first-year courses at USC Gympie4 November 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast will offer first-year Science and Engineering subjects from its Gympie campus from the start of 2016.
Raindrops help aspiring engineer win2 November 2015
Holding an iPhone in the rain, day and night, to research rainfall intensity for his University of the Sunshine Coast Honours degree has helped Jordan Andrews claim the top spot at Engineers Australia’s 2015 Michael Woodhouse Undergraduate Award Evening.