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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.
Cody is USC’s first Criminology graduate
5 October - A former Mundubbera schoolboy who discovered a passion for examining the criminal justice system is USC’s first Bachelor of Criminology and Justice graduate.
Fraser Island defender becomes USC Honorary Doctor
25 September - A passionate conservationist who has devoted more than 45 years to protecting Fraser Island will receive an Honorary Doctorate from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC medal for makeup artist with psychology degree
31 May - A professional makeup artist who became fascinated by the psychology of customer care and business management has received a University Medal from USC for outstanding academic results in her Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology).
Accountant has multiple reasons to celebrate
24 May - A Sippy Downs woman has been rewarded with a prestigious University Medal for achieving outstanding academic results in a degree she started 16 years after finishing high school.
USC in top 150 young universities in world
10 April - The University of the Sunshine Coast has been ranked for the first time on a prestigious global list of the top young universities, including a place in the top 50 ‘Gen Y’ institutions.