Joint appointment for USC exercise physiologist30 Aug 2019
A USC academic with more than 20 years’ experience in cardiovascular research has become the first joint appointment of the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) and the University.
USC Moreton Bay helps nurse care for environment too30 Aug 2019
A registered nurse who commuted up to three hours a day to get his university degree in Sydney while living in Gosford has jumped at the chance to study another passion at USC Moreton Bay – just 10 minutes’ drive from his home at Griffin.
USC student wins social media marketing award30 Aug 2019
An emotive social media campaign designed by a final-year USC Bachelor of Communications student has taken out the Best Student Campaign in the Social Media Marketing Awards for Australia and New Zealand.
Estelle has mind set on USC Moreton Bay degree30 Aug 2019
A stay-at-home mother who works within a family-run construction business will celebrate her “next phase of life” as a USC Moreton Bay Honours student when she turns 30 in early 2020.
Ambassador friendship leads to dream job for Dave29 Aug 2019
Working as a USC Student Ambassador throughout his Environmental Science degree has helped Dave Clancy land his first job.
USC unveils a new way to power universities29 Aug 2019
USC has switched on an unconventional new system that will slash 40 percent of grid energy use at its largest campus.
USC catches Australian softball pitcher29 Aug 2019
After nearly a decade playing professional softball in Hawaii and Japan, Australian softball team pitcher, Kaia Parnarby, has chosen to make USC her home base.
Aspiring diplomat inspired by Tokyo and Bangkok trips28 Aug 2019
Interning at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo and attending a high-level meeting simulation of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Bangkok have given a 24-year-old USC student amazing insight into global relationships.
USC Fraser Coast to offer full Social Work degree26 Aug 2019
USC will introduce a full degree in Social Work at its Fraser Coast campus from Semester 1 next year.
Too sick to drive? USC researcher shares tips for Qld Road Safety Week26 Aug 2019
USC road safety expert Dr Bridie Scott-Parker has outlined top tips for road users as part of Queensland Road Safety Week.
Early offer for slice of uni life at USC Moreton Bay23 Aug 2019
Samantha Forte of Narangba is looking forward to boosting her parents’ pizza business after signing up to study Business at USC Moreton Bay next year.
Melissa nurses dream career at USC Moreton Bay23 Aug 2019
A former Scarborough school student has returned from a decade working in administration in Melbourne to raise a family at Rothwell and study at USC Moreton Bay to pursue her life’s dream of becoming a nurse.
Student songbird warms up for Lightning clash23 Aug 2019
High Performance Music will meet High Performance Sport when first-year USC Creative Arts (Music) student Jamison Kehl holds court at the Sunshine Coast Lightning’s final home game of the season.
Law graduate wins national honour for second year22 Aug 2019
USC’s 2019 Chancellor’s Medallist Michael Jefferies has been named Australian Law Student of the Year – for the second year in a row.
Students to learn about careers in health industry21 Aug 2019
The broad range of jobs available in the Sunshine Coast’s growing health industry will be showcased at a careers day for high school students this week.
Early findings for first year of youth brain study21 Aug 2019
A first-of-its-kind youth mental health study being conducted on the Sunshine Coast has reached its one-year mark with significant initial findings.
Benchmark report highlights power of innovation19 Aug 2019
Local businesses who prioritise innovation increased their sales of new products and services by 20 percent and higher, according to a 2018-2019 Regional Innovation Benchmark project completed by USC researchers for the Sunshine Coast Regional Innovation Project Team (SCRIPT).
USC and Butchulla walking together on K’gari19 Aug 2019
USC and the Butchulla Aboriginal Corporation (BAC) have held a roundtable discussion recently to identify a shared pathway for working together on Butchulla Country – starting with K’gari (Fraser Island).
Planned burn of habitat on USC campus15 Aug 2019
A prescribed burn of a section of USC’s compensatory habitat site at Sippy Downs is planned for Thursday 22 August, weather permitting.
Orams' make USC home base for sport and study15 Aug 2019
USC has attracted an impressive father and daughter duo from New Zealand to its sporting and academia ranks.
Burp-free cow feed drives seaweed science at USC14 Aug 2019
A puffy pink seaweed that can stop cows from burping out methane is being primed for mass farming by USC researchers.
Workshop launches poetry performance series14 Aug 2019
A sold-out beginners’ workshop to be held at USC Sunshine Coast this Saturday 17 August will launch a series of events showcasing spoken word performance, as part of the 2019 Sunshine Coast Horizon Festival.
Grand final time for sharp young maths minds13 Aug 2019
Teams of top young mathematicians from Fraser Coast and Sunshine Coast will go head-to-head this week in a space-themed grand final challenge at USC.
Melanie finds new direction on road to recovery13 Aug 2019
While slowly rebuilding her life after a stroke and brain surgery, USC Psychology student Melanie Hulm has discovered the transformative powers of education and helping others.
Moreton Bay businesses encouraged to join innovation talks12 Aug 2019
Entrepreneurs and business owners from Moreton Bay are being encouraged to join a focus group to support the local innovation ecosystem.
Roof completion marks USC Moreton Bay milestone12 Aug 2019
Contractors, dignitaries and future staff of the new USC Moreton Bay campus will celebrate a key construction milestone tomorrow (Tuesday 13 August), with the roof completion taking the project past the halfway mark.
Studio behind Bluey cartoon to give free public talk8 Aug 2019
“Mum! Dad! Bingo! Bluey!” It’s the infectious song-and-dance theme familiar to families across Australia and the globe, and two of the creatives behind the hit children’s show will speak at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday 14 August.
Science Honours graduate promotes ocean conservation8 Aug 2019
Science Honours graduate Lidia Davidovics-Smith is relishing her role in encouraging environmental awareness among young people.
First Gympie alumni event highlights career options8 Aug 2019
More than 20 Nursing Science graduates and students have attended USC Gympie’s first alumni event.
Regional suicide study gains national attention8 Aug 2019
A USC-led research project to improve access to help for people at risk of taking their own lives has made an impact at a national conference into suicide prevention.
Awarded EMBA graduate happy she took the plunge7 Aug 2019
USC graduate Errika Meades is a nationally-recognised Australian Naval officer and Defence contractor with 33 years of business and logistics experience on the waves and wharves between Australia and the Middle East, where she will be deployed next week for six months.
Students named for ‘perfect storm’ conference7 Aug 2019
Three students from USC will be at the forefront of Australian climate change adaptation discussions, when they attend a national conference this month.
Thunder player pursues sport and study goals at USC7 Aug 2019
Netballer Nicole Guenther of Woodford is pursuing both her sporting and study ambitions as a USC High Performance Student Athlete.
Professor of Sustainability recognised for life work6 Aug 2019
USC Professor of Sustainability Tim Smith has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) in recognition of more than two decades of human geography research.
Clinical trial of new treatment for the common cold6 Aug 2019
USC Clinical Trials is seeking participants for a trial of a new nasal spray that aims to reduce the severity and duration of the common cold.
USC students learn power of social media in Mumbai1 Aug 2019
Five USC Social Media students have taken their skills to the streets of Mumbai to help two organisations – one working with women and children in the red light district and the other promoting performances of a specialist acrobatics art.
Weed for fish feed: PhD student doubling fish immunity with seaweed1 Aug 2019
By adding a pinch of seaweed to fish food, a PhD candidate from the University of the Sunshine Coast is getting closer to finding alternatives to antibiotic use in aquaculture.