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Students in the news
USC to field its largest national Unigames team
More than 200 USC students will take to the field, track, court and pool when the Australian University Games begin on the Gold Coast on Monday 25 September.
Students to present research at national conference
Bringing the past into the present through playing video games is among the exciting research projects that USC students will present at next week’s Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research in Adelaide.
Chemist couple finds right mix in law and health
After 30 years as pharmacists, a Sunshine Coast husband and wife are completing Law Honours degrees at USC as they seek to take their careers in new directions.
USC students step up as sport statisticians
Two USC Sport and Exercise Science students have become sought-after match statisticians for some of the world’s biggest international netball tournaments.
Maryborough student has Headstart to Law degree
When Maryborough student Arty Clifford started a USC Law degree this year, he already had the inside track on university life.
USC students, staff take stage at Horizon Festival
A USC Law lecturer and Law student playing blues music will be among dozens of USC staff, students and graduates showing their creative side in one of the Sunshine Coast’s largest ever festivals of art and culture.