Satisfy thirst for knowledge at pub lectures
23 October - USC is taking science and research into Fraser Coast pubs as part of a free ‘Raising the Bar’ public lecture series.
USC Psychology celebrates top national ranking
23 October - The overall experience of students in USC’s Psychology program has been ranked the best of all public universities in Australia.
USC student takes to the skies with Flying Doctors
19 October - USC Fraser Coast Nursing student Jeannie Fortune has ended her studies on a high with a clinical placement as a flight nurse with the Royal Flying Doctors Service.
Aspiring engineers yabba, dabba, doo prehistoric golf machine challenge
19 October - USC Mechanical Engineering students have been set an interesting stone-age challenge of creating the best ‘Flintstones-era’ putting machine.
Opera to Broadway on menu for lunchtime treats
19 October - Two lunchtime performances by USC’s first Director of Vocal Arts Suzanne Kompass are set to provide a taste of what is to come when the University introduces a major in Music at the start of next year.
USC academic named Engineers Australia Fellow
18 October - USC Engineering academic Associate Professor Terry Lucke has been named as a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia.
Caboolture boilermaker changes career to become engineer
17 October - 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
16 October - 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.
USC to introduce Medical Science degree
16 October - The University of the Sunshine Coast will offer a Bachelor of Medical Science for the first time in Semester 1, 2018.
USC Gympie student is a future education leader
13 October - A USC Gympie student with a keen interest in teaching in Aboriginal communities has been recognised as a potential future leader in rural and remote education.