Lisa rides to study and scholarship success at USC
23 June - Competing in some of Australia’s toughest endurance horse rides has taught USC Nursing Science student Lisa Loranger all about facing challenges and chasing goals.
Business future looks bright for USC student Rebel
22 June - Accounting student Rebel Beckett, 27, has gone from strength to strength after enrolling in a tertiary bridging course at the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2014.
USC study aims to lessen risk for drivers with autism
21 June - Innovative USC research into young drivers with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will examine the learners’ licensing experiences, with the goal of minimising any extra road safety risk.
Bushfires threaten frogs’ future: USC academic
21 June - Bushfires should be added to the list of long-term threats facing Australia’s frog species, according to a USC researcher involved in a seven-year study of the frogs’ ecological and genetic diversity.
USC study finds gaps in inclusive tourism
20 June - USC research into accessible tourism has found that businesses could be missing out by not catering for the emerging market of travellers with disabilities.
Second time lucky for USC graduate Nathan
19 June - For recent USC graduate Nathan L’Estrange, the journey to getting a degree was not always smooth sailing.
USC Law students earn offers from top-tier firms
19 June - USC Law students have been impressing the bigwigs of major law firms in Brisbane, with a host of students securing legal clerkships in recent months.
USC congratulates Lightning on grand final win
18 June - The University of the Sunshine Coast has congratulated its champion netball team, Sunshine Coast Lightning, on a resounding victory in the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball grand final last night (Saturday 17 June).
QUT and USC agree on Caboolture campus transition
15 June - The governing councils of QUT and the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) have agreed to move towards a transfer of QUT’s Caboolture campus to USC from 1 January 2018.
Monumental sculpture set to delight at USC
15 June - USC in association with Insite Arts will soon present Architects of Air’s Arboria luminarium – a monumental pneumatic walk-in sculpture dedicated to the theme of ‘trees’ and designed to generate a sense of wonder at the beauty of light an...
Onyongo relates to refugees during UN internship
14 June - A USC student who came to Australia 14 years ago after fleeing civil war in Ethiopia has helped other refugees find safe havens while doing an internship with a United Nations agency in Malaysia.
Curious Kids: Who made the alphabet song?
13 June - This is an article from Curious Kids, a series aimed at children. The Conversation is asking kids to send in questions they’d like an expert to answer. All questions are welcome – serious, weird or wacky! Who made th...
High schoolers try tricky high-tech tasks at USC
13 June - Instead of downtime after school, 12 high-achieving young students have opted for weekly classes in computer coding and circuitry challenges at USC’s Fraser Coast campus.
Yellow highlights USC’s support for Lightning
13 June - The University of the Sunshine Coast will provide a bright show of support for the USC-based Sunshine Coast Lightning ahead of the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball grand final on Saturday 17 June.
USC graduate works in TV travel shows
12 June - USC Business graduate Addie Fenech’s job as a production assistant for some of Queensland’s most popular television travel shows is so much fun, it does not feel like work.
Amanda earns early start to advertising career
8 June - USC Design and Communication student Amanda Bear, 25, of Mount Coolum has gained employment with a national advertising agency even before completing her degree.
USC Dietetics graduate is full of farm fresh ideas
8 June - He might be fresh out of university but that hasn’t stopped USC Nutrition and Dietetics graduate Nicholas Zaccardi from planning big as he sets up his own practice in Gympie.
Academic wins national grant to fight sheep disease
8 June - A University of the Sunshine Coast molecular microbiologist known for his work in preventing chlamydial infections in koalas has won a prestigious national research grant to examine the bacterium in sheep.
USC welcomes State Govt funding for innovation
7 June - A Queensland Government initiative to encourage a cooperative approach to foster innovation across the Sunshine Coast has been warmly welcomed by USC’s Innovation Centre CEO Mark Paddenburg.