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Exhibition for men’s mental health
29 Jul

An exhibition that focuses on how Sunshine Coast men deal with mental health issues was officially launched on Thursday 29 July.

Degree instrumental in medical lab career success
29 Jul

A USC Medical Laboratory Science graduate has been promoted from technician to scientist at Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) within months of gaining both her associate degree and a Bachelor of Biomedical Science.

USC graduate Leah Neale
Graduate Leah Neale claims bronze medal
29 Jul

USC graduate Leah Neale has won an Olympic bronze medal as part of the Australian 4x200m freestyle relay team in Tokyo.

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Students ready to hack into data for skills test
29 Jul

USC Engineering and Computer Science students will hack into open government data to develop creative solutions to real-world problems at the annual GovHack event from 20-22 August.

USC offers Indigenous community free tertiary taster
27 Jul

USC is offering a free university skills course for members of the Sunshine Coast Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community who are interested in taking the first step towards tertiary study.

Kaylee McKeown - photo Swimming Australia
Kaylee McKeown wins Olympic gold medal
27 Jul

USC Spartans swimmer Kaylee McKeown has become an Olympic champion today after winning the final of the 100m backstroke at the Tokyo Olympics.

New mRNA COVID-19 vaccine trial to begin soon
27 Jul

USC Clinical Trials will soon begin a trial of a potential new mRNA vaccine formulation for COVID-19 at its Morayfield centre.

Whale event to create waves with powerful messages
27 Jul

First-hand insights from USC researchers and others on the front line of whale conservation and research in Australia will be presented at a free public event  as part of the Hervey Bay Whale Festival.

Sophie McCulloch (Photo Credit Adam Styles)
Elite surfing student sets sights on next Games
26 Jul

The inclusion of surfing as an Olympic sport in Tokyo has inspired USC graduand Sophie McCulloch to set her sights on competing at the 2024 Games in Paris.

Future students can ‘Meet USC’ on campus
26 Jul

USC will open the doors to four of its South East Queensland campuses this Sunday, 1 August, for its annual Meet USC events.

Six USC athletes are competing in Tokyo Games
23 Jul

USC will be cheering on its six athletes competing at the Tokyo Olympic Games in the sports of swimming, marathon swimming, softball and cycling.

USC course to help future-proof small businesses
22 Jul

Small business owners and managers can learn how to future-proof their businesses by taking part in a free short course offered by USC that focuses on developing strategies for sustainability and success.

USC law student is a water-skiing sensation
21 Jul

Australia’s new overall women’s open water ski champion Casey Wooderson is powering ahead towards two key goals – representing Australia in future world titles and using her laws studies with USC as a pathway to a career as a Native Title lawyer.

Games could deliver ongoing benefits for accessibility, says Paralympic athlete
21 Jul

A former Paralympic wheelchair basketballer who helped Brisbane bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games is eagerly awaiting news on the decision from Tokyo.

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Terry Walsh Manager, Media and Messaging twalsh@usc.edu.au +61 7 5430 1160
Janelle Kirkland Media Relations Coordinator jkirklan@usc.edu.au +61 7 5459 4553
Clare McKay Media Relations Officer (Regional) cmckay@usc.edu.au +61 7 5456 5669