USC Social Work student inspired to help29 Oct 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast student who has been blind since birth is planning to use his Social Work degree to become an advocate for people with disabilities.
Disruptive technologies expert talks sport29 Oct 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast disruptive technologies expert will explain how digital games can get people active in a special public lecture on Friday 6 November at 6pm.
Research shows impact of post-separation conflict29 Oct 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast Psychology research project has given a voice to the children of separated parents.
Students to highlight sacred sites28 Oct 2015
The importance of the Glass House Mountains to Indigenous people will be highlighted by University of the Sunshine Coast students at an awareness event tomorrow, Thursday 29 October.
Dundee scientist is first engineering PhD27 Oct 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s first PhD graduate in Engineering is working as an environmental scientist with a leading local consultancy to improve the sustainability of urban developments across the region.
Petrie graduate mixes Arts and Science26 Oct 2015
Petrie resident Sandy Briigman has graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a combined degree in Arts and Science.
Students impress at Paramedics comp26 Oct 2015
Paramedic Science students from the University of the Sunshine Coast showed they were a force to be reckoned with at an international emergency simulation competition in Melbourne recently.
Woodford graduate eyes business career23 Oct 2015
Woodford resident Rebecca Reynolds has graduated with a Bachelor of Business, majoring in International Business, from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Journalism graduate steps onto arts scene22 Oct 2015
Recent University of the Sunshine Coast Journalism graduate Jessica Bozoky is now rubbing shoulders with local and international art, theatre and music identities.
Absolutely fabulous designs to go on show22 Oct 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast advanced-level Design students will showcase their digital design and commercial graphic portfolios in a new exhibition, Absolut Edition., opening at USC’s Art Gallery at 6.30pm on Friday 6 November.
USC hosts ‘Frackman’ doco night22 Oct 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast will host a screening of an award-winning documentary on the coal seam gas industry on Friday 30 October.
Student teachers prepare for US20 Oct 2015
A group of six USC Education students will get a taste of American small town life when they undertake their final practical teaching placements through the State University of New York later this month.
Touch team wins gold at Uni Games19 Oct 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s mixed touch team scored an impressive 66 tries in just seven matches on its way to winning gold at the recent Australian University Games on the Gold Coast.
Sci-fi author to give tips to USC writers19 Oct 2015
Aspiring creative writers at the University of the Sunshine Coast will gain the latest industry information during a visit by renowned fantasy and science fiction author and publisher Paul Collins on Tuesday 20 October and Wednesday 21 October.
USC to hold Fraser Coast info nights19 Oct 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast will hold two free public information nights next week to outline its plans to begin offering study opportunities at Hervey Bay from next year.
Researchers start Wishlist grant projects15 Oct 2015
A midwife who is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of the Sunshine Coast has won a $20,000 Wishlist Research Grant to lead a project investigating the rising rates of haemorrhage in mothers immediately after childbirth.
Counselling graduate gains research role15 Oct 2015
Clinical research might not seem like the most people-centred discipline, but University of the Sunshine Coast graduate Laura Adams credits the skills she learned studying a Master of Counselling with helping her to secure a position in the field.
Global farm research for graduate14 Oct 2015
Sporting a stunning purple dress with a floral design, University of the Sunshine Coast Environmental Science graduate Emily Rigby certainly stood out from the other primary producers who received prestigious Nuffield Australia Farming Scholarships in Albury, NSW, recently.
Morayfield resident graduates double degree14 Oct 2015
Morayfield resident Emily Lane-Chen has graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a combined degree in Arts and Business.
Sporty new degree at Fraser Coast14 Oct 2015
Sport fanatics on the Fraser Coast have the opportunity to turn their passion into a career with the University of the Sunshine Coast introducing a Bachelor of Sports Studies from 2016.
Researchers ride through virtual reality13 Oct 2015
Cycling enthusiasts who attend the annual Ride to USC Day breakfast on Wednesday 14 October will be able to go for a spin through virtual reality, thanks to a group of USC researchers.
USC a national finalist in nursing awards13 Oct 2015
An innovative health project led by the University of the Sunshine Coast is one of three national finalists in its category of the 2015 HESTA Australian Nursing Awards.
Kangaroo Point graduate in media career13 Oct 2015
Kangaroo Point resident Alexandra Martin has landed a creative role in the competitive news media industry after completing a degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Research identifies Aussie bee potential12 Oct 2015
A sticky substance produced by native Australian bees has been identified as having a unique chemical profile that could hold the key to a medical breakthrough in how wounds are treated, according to new research at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Academics stand for future of forests9 Oct 2015
More than 115 delegates from 23 countries across Asia, the Pacific Islands, Europe, Africa and North and South America will attend an international forestry conference hosted by University of the Sunshine Coast researchers from Sunday 11 October to Thursday 15 October.
USC field trip reveals wildlife of Noosa9 Oct 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast students have helped uncover a snake species in Noosa National Park previously not recorded in the area.
New findings in lobster sex change research8 Oct 2015
A PhD student from the University of the Sunshine Coast is filling vital gaps in knowledge about the sexual development of an Australian lobster species at risk of over-harvesting.
Surfboard study shapes up in PNG8 Oct 2015
The Australian surfboard manufacturing industry could learn a lot from the efforts of elders in Papua New Guinea who are working to reverse the disintegration of their local surfboard industry, according to renowned surfboard shaper and University of the Sunshine Coast PhD student Tom Wegener.
Student developing test for deadly diseases8 Oct 2015
A new test being developed by a University of the Sunshine Coast researcher could dramatically reduce the time taken to diagnose some of the world’s deadliest diseases.
Murrumba Downs graduate develops design career8 Oct 2015
Murrumba Downs resident Rowan Newell is embarking on an exciting career in digital design after graduating from the University of the Sunshine Coast this month with a Bachelor of Computer-Based Design.
Gympie graduate gains financial planning role8 Oct 2015
Kymberly Pearce of Gympie has just graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Financial Planning.
Clayfield graduate eyes paramedic study8 Oct 2015
Ben McLellan of Clayfield is gravitating towards a career in the emergency services after recently completing a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Students to lead community nutrition workshop7 Oct 2015
Two University of the Sunshine Coast Nutrition students will soon help Chancellor State College families slice, dice and sizzle their way to healthier eating habits.
Stormwater seal sees Engineering student top the state6 Oct 2015
A University of the Sunshine Coast student’s ground-breaking flood mitigation project has earned him a competitive state-wide water industry award.
New art world at twilight exhibition6 Oct 2015
Audiences can get interactive with art at a special twilight exhibition at the University of the Sunshine Coast Art Gallery from Tuesday 6 October to Thursday 8 October.
New prize provides legal experience6 Oct 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast Law School will award its first student prize at a scholarship ceremony on Wednesday 7 October.