USC awards prizes to top Gympie students
25 May - Three students from the Gympie region have gained USC awards at a ceremony that celebrates the University’s outstanding performers in arts, business and law.
Mother of two awarded University Medal
25 May - A mother of two who enrolled in a Nursing Science degree at USC after a long career in retail has graduated with flying colours and received a University Medal for academic excellence.
USC athletes give school students ‘sport for thought’
25 May - Emerging triathlete and USC high performance student athlete Hamilton Andrews knows first-hand the power of sport to motivate students to academic success.
Teacher makes history as inaugural award winner
24 May - A creative approach to immersing her students in history has earned Riverside Christian College teacher Michelle Gault the title of inaugural USC Fraser Coast Educator of the Year.
USC student named in national U19 netball squad
24 May - USC Occupational Therapy student Annabella Sorby has scored a place in the Australian Under 19 netball squad after a stunning performance at the recent National Netball Championships in Canberra.
OP1 student receives $32,000 USC scholarship
24 May - An OP1 student from Sippy Downs is a step closer to her dream of working in humanitarian aid after receiving a $32,000 scholarship to study Nursing and Midwifery at USC.
USC awards $32,000 scholarship to Kawana dux
23 May - OP1 student and volunteer surf lifesaver Madeline Moss has received a $32,000 financial boost to her studies at USC after being awarded a Thompson Excellence Scholarship.
Samara uses Headstart to lead Bali library project
22 May - A high school student studying Indonesian at USC has used her language skills to help lead a $20,000 initiative to provide a rural village in Bali with a library.
Dyslexia is no barrier for USC Masters student
19 May - Oncology nurse and USC student Tess Beane refuses to let the challenges of moderate to severe dyslexia slow her quest for life-long learning.
Friday essay: the feminist picture book revolution
18 May - A year and a half ago I gave birth to my first child. A girl named Olive. I’m a writer and a writing teacher so, naturally, our friends and family gave us books. One after another, we unwrappe...
Students to shine at USC faculty awards event
18 May - USC will join with industry sponsors in recognising the best and brightest business, arts and law students at its annual awards and prizes ceremony tomorrow night.
USC research offers sniff of success over ‘snail fever’
17 May - A five-member genetic research team from the University of the Sunshine Coast is part of an international collaboration that has identified the complete DNA set of a freshwater snail notorious for transmitting a deadly parasitic disease to people in developin...
USC launches new Master of Teaching
17 May - USC will introduce a Master of Teaching (Secondary) in Semester 2 this year that will give aspiring teachers the opportunity to be qualified in time for the 2019 school year.
Sidelining God: why secular climate projects in the Pacific Islands are failing
16 May - Unless you are cocooned in a tourist bubble, it is hardly possible to miss God when you visit the Pacific Islands. In every village and on every main street there seems to be a church or temple, packed to burstin...
USC medallist begins work as a paramedic
16 May - A decision to enrol with his wife in a university pathway course at USC has taken Brisbane’s Fraser Bliesner from part-time work and travel to a career as a paramedic.
Business expert is USC’s new Deputy Chancellor
16 May - The University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Deputy Chancellor is award-winning small business operator and philanthropist Scott Williams AM, of Noosa.
USC Law lecture to tackle costs of climate change
15 May - The far-reaching economic consequences of climate change will be debated at a free public seminar to be hosted by the USC Law School on Monday, 22 May from 5.30pm.
USC graduate returns home to teach in Nanango
15 May - Former Nanango State High School vice-captain Nathan Trace is back at his old school as a science and physical education teacher after recently graduating from USC.
Fairytale no more: when love turns to hatefully ever after
14 May - It’s often said that the opposite to love is not hate, it’s indifference. Why then are some of us so seemingly fickle in our ability to switch from love to hate in an instant? To understand hate, we mus...