Research projects gain $1.7m in Federal funds
Five research projects led by the University of the Sunshine Coast have received a total of $1.7million in competitive grants from the Federal Government.
Students fly to UN climate conference in Germany
Four USC Sustainability students and a Sustainability Research Centre academic will take their passion for environmental issues to Germany this week, when they attend an annual conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
USC conference draws experts in Australian children’s media
A three-day Children’s Media Symposium at USC Sunshine Coast from 24-26 November is attracting some of Australia’s leading stars of popular children’s television, internet and books.
Honours student shines light on forest marsupial
A USC Science Honours student who spent long nights in state forest north-west of Gympie searching for the “eye-shines” of Australia’s biggest gliding marsupial has received an Ecological Society of Australia scholarship.
USC sustainability research celebrates milestone
The local and global impacts of USC’s Sustainability Research Centre over the past decade have been outlined by its academics, research students and graduates, and partners in the community.
USC academics lead establishment of conservation dog network
Two USC academics have been instrumental in establishing an Australian-first network of organisations that use dogs for environmental work.