Passion for social justice fuels Chancellor’s Medallist
30 September - Taking the plunge into a new career path to help more of society’s most vulnerable people has earned Natalie Alexander a University of the Sunshine Coast Chancellor’s Medal.
USC forum to highlight high-tech learning
29 September - Using new technology such as robots to enhance learning and problem-solving skills in the classroom will be in the spotlight at a University of the Sunshine Coast forum on the Fraser Coast on Friday 7 October.
Biologist and sun bear defender receives USC Honorary Doctorate
29 September - An esteemed wildlife biologist who has helped ensure the survival of the south-east Asian sun bear has become an Honorary Doctor of the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC Gympie celebrates its graduates
28 September - A group of Nursing Science students will be recognised for their study and career success at a pre-graduation event at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Gympie campus.
Research benefits Indigenous health workers
28 September - Indigenous health workers may soon have access to targeted education to develop their skills and knowledge, following a study by the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC’s Serious Gamers shine in international comp
27 September - Three students from the University of the Sunshine Coast have claimed top prizes in a recent 60-hour international game design competition.
USC honour for wildlife photographer
26 September - A passionate photographer on a 10-year odyssey to record the rich diversity of wildlife on the Sippy Downs campus of the University of the Sunshine Coast will become an Honorary Senior Fellow.
Top director to lead new Performing Arts degree
26 September - The University of the Sunshine Coast is set to introduce a new postgraduate Performing Arts degree, led by the founder of the award-winning Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre.
USC students win international law competition
26 September - It was a fictitious legal battle billed as David versus Goliath – an instant noodle entrepreneur trying to negotiate a favourable commercial deal with a global food distributor known for aggressive tactics and big resources.
Free public seminars on law for artists
27 Sep - A highly-experienced Sydney lawyer passionate about equipping artists with the skills and knowledge to understand their rights and negotiate fair reward for their work will give two free public seminars at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow, 28 September.