UniSC celebrates its amazing achievers and rising stars1 Dec
International best-selling crime writer Candice Fox and Dr Brad Stefanovic, a major executive in the fast-paced world of biotech research and development in New York, share a special connection.
Novel brain imaging study seeks answers to chronic fatigue mystery30 Nov
Vibrant and full of energy, occupational rehabilitation consultant Nadia was living her best life - until the fatigue took hold.
Kangaroo gait research attracts $434k in ARC funding25 Nov
A study to understand more about how kangaroos move has attracted major funding to the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Katie Charlton24 Nov
Katie Charlton shares her journey from studying a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) at UniSC, to her first year in her career as a teacher.
Jeshin Chetty-Sardar24 Nov
Jeshin Chetty-Sardar, Bachelor of Computer Science student, shares his story about completing a work placement with DELL while studying at UniSC.
Craig Maunder24 Nov
Craig Maunder, Bachelor of Paramedicine graduate, shares his journey as a Paramedic with NSW Ambulance after finishing his studies with UniSC.
Beecroft takes UniSC’s top sporting honour22 Nov
Spartans swimming star Emily Beecroft has been named the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Sportsperson of the Year following a remarkable year in the pool.
Healthy ageing can be addressed at any age, forum experts say22 Nov
Don’t wait for a decline in wellbeing before thinking about healthy ageing, says the organiser of this Friday’s Healthy Ageing Forum, who encourages adults of all ages to attend.
Walking past the pain21 Nov
How UniSC researchers are working with patients to find a solution for a painful leg condition.
UniSC neuroscientist recognised as role model18 Nov
Dr Sophie Andrews has been recognised as one of Australia’s leading lights for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for her work leading the Healthy Brain Ageing Research Program at UniSC’s Thompson Institute.
Preparing for a heating future in the Sunshine State18 Nov
As the climate warms and heatwaves become more frequent and intense, our planning and building regulations need to be fit-for-purpose for the risks we face now and into the future.
Regions are vital in shaping Universities Accord17 Nov
It is critical that the Federal Government’s new Universities Accord addresses the challenges and untapped opportunities for regional universities, says University of the Sunshine Coast Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Helen Bartlett.
Bridget Gardner17 Nov
Bridget Gardner, Bachelor of Arts graduate, shares her journey after finishing her studies with UniSC.
Scholarship comes at right time to help mother continue university dream16 Nov
A tragic family loss and financial hardship almost derailed Kristie Loweke’s plans to become a teacher.
15 ways to reforest the planet: UniSC research14 Nov
International scientists are calling for a ‘decade of global action’ to reforest the planet, following the overnight publication of a themed international journal led by researchers from Australia’s University of the Sunshine Coast.
Insect DNA barcoding results delight UniSC entomologist14 Nov
Insect DNA barcoding results to be released publicly today show exciting progress in the tri-state Insect Investigators project, coordinated across regional Queensland by a UniSC entomologist.
Photo finish: UniSC triathlete wins gold… in wildlife photography10 Nov
Lucy Bowden's stunning photo of a black swan wins 2022 Gerard Mills Prize for Wildlife Photography
World solutions could be found in Aussie bog9 Nov
Solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems could lie in the boggy backblocks of Australia’s East Coast, according to University of the Sunshine Coast researchers.
Clinical trial to assess potential needle-free vaccination for COVID-199 Nov
The University of the Sunshine Coast will soon begin a trial assessing Australian biotechnology company, Vaxxas’ high-density microarray patch (HD-MAP) and an investigational COVID-19 vaccine.
Student satisfaction at UniSC shines in guide8 Nov
Some of the country’s highest student satisfaction levels have led to the University of the Sunshine Coast topping Queensland across multiple categories in the Good Universities Guide.
Solving data dilemmas: Moreton Bay students take home top prize8 Nov
Two groups of UniSC Moreton Bay students have won national awards for their creative solutions to some of the problems facing Australia’s freight industry as part of the annual GovHack competition.
Health economics research puts dollar value on cancer survival8 Nov
New University of the Sunshine Coast-led research has for the first time estimated the healthcare costs of Queenslanders who survived cancers in the 20 years to 2016.
Breaking barriers, crossing borders: how a scholarship has allowed two students to take on the world7 Nov
Two UniSC students have been given the chance to study overseas while pursuing unique opportunities like challenging gender perceptions through toys in Malaysia and promoting sustainability in the Pacific - after being awarded scholarships through the New Colombo Plan.
Fighting cancer and climate change: UniSC researchers use genetic research to unlock seaweed’s hidden secrets4 Nov
UniSC researchers have undertaken genetic analysis of 12 edible seaweeds to identify potential cancer-preventing compounds.
How urban ‘heat traps’ could soon enjoy a cool change3 Nov
A study is underway to find the ‘hot spots’ of the Sunshine Coast – and then use high-tech 3D modelling to inform ways to cool them down.
UniSC research program linked to reduction in Queensland baby deaths3 Nov
University of the Sunshine Coast research aimed at preventing infant deaths associated with suffocation has been linked to a 22 percent reduction in Queensland’s infant mortality rate.
James Ghent3 Nov
James Ghent started his career in the navy straight from high school, before finding his place in a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours) at UniSC.
‘Only place in the world’ with three biospheres side-by-side2 Nov
Queensland houses the only stretch of three continuous UNESCO Biosphere Reserves out of the five in Australia and more than 700 in the world – and all are UniSC campus locations.
Regional and rural focus for UniSC in new ‘virtual’ mental health institute31 Oct
The mental health of older Australians and graduates will be a key focus for University of the Sunshine Coast researchers involved in the newly-announced Manna Institute.
Teachers who go rural and the partners who pave the way28 Oct
When philanthropic partners support new teachers to have remote experiences, the result – for everyone – can be a match made in heaven.