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Caboolture boilermaker changes career to become engineer
Former Caboolture boilermaker Nathan Spann is working as a site engineer on a multi-million-dollar housing project at Bokarina after completing a degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
PhD’s special meaning for graduate with dyslexia
Minyama resident Jacqueline Caskey says her new USC Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is double proof that students with dyslexia can achieve extraordinary goals if they have determination and the support of their educational institution.
Graduate was ‘never held back’ by disabilities
‘Little by little’ was the mantra that inspirational graduate Shane Connelly of Maroochydore used to earn a USC Business degree despite setbacks associated with multiple disabilities.
Fraser Coast graduate aims to work in child safety
The first Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduate from USC’s Fraser Coast campus is building a career to improve the lives of vulnerable children
USC Creative Arts graduate wins $10,000 state award and book publication
A Gympie resident who this year graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Doctor of Creative Arts (DCA) has won a Queensland Literary Award for the historical fiction draft novel she wrote in five months.
Event honours new USC Gympie graduates
New USC Gympie graduates have shared advice and encouragement with current students when they returned to the campus for a special recognition ceremony yesterday.