USC campuses to re-open fully on Monday 3 April31 Mar 2017
USC campuses at the Sunshine Coast, Gympie, Fraser Coast and Brisbane will re-open fully on Monday 3 April.
USC to stage nine graduation ceremonies31 Mar 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast will stage nine graduation ceremonies over three days next week to celebrate the academic achievements of almost 1,400 graduating students.
Bear crusader to receive USC doctorate30 Mar 2017
A Perth grandmother who began an international crusade to protect the world’s bears from exploitation will be become an Honorary Doctor of the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Former Deputy Chancellor to become Senior Fellow29 Mar 2017
A man who helped steer the University of the Sunshine Coast through a period of rapid growth over the past decade will be presented with an Honorary Senior Fellowship at a USC graduation ceremony on Wednesday 5 April.
Tension aplenty for spaghetti bridge contestants29 Mar 2017
Expected heavy rainfall associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie will add an extra challenge for teams competing in USC’s annual Spaghetti Bridge Competition tomorrow (Thursday 30 March).
USC students to shine at faculty awards event29 Mar 2017
USC will celebrate a number of firsts when it joins with sponsors in recognising the best and brightest business, arts and law students at its annual awards and prizes ceremony this Thursday (30 March).
Arts graduate mixes travel and work for career peak28 Mar 2017
A USC graduate who used skills from his Arts degree to work across countries from Canada to Nicaragua is now a Brisbane-based software engineer for one of the world’s leading travel companies, Expedia.
Paralympians awarded $20,000 USC scholarships27 Mar 2017
USC’s ground-breaking support for athletes with a disability has been boosted this year by three new $20,000 scholarships for para-athletes provided by the June Canavan Foundation.
Scholarship recipient studies for sustainable world26 Mar 2017
A former student leader at Sunshine Coast Grammar School who has returned from a year of overseas travel and charity work to enrol at USC has received a Chancellor’s Scholarship.
‘Connect’ links mums-to-be with student midwives26 Mar 2017
An innovative USC program that provides active support for pregnant women on the Sunshine Coast has been expanded following the University’s introduction of a dedicated Bachelor of Midwifery this year.
USC growth brings global expertise to Fraser Coast24 Mar 2017
The number of academic staff at USC’s Fraser Coast campus has almost doubled, bringing extensive research and teaching expertise from across the world to the region.
Doctoral graduate to launch published novella23 Mar 2017
An award-winning Coast writer is set to launch a novella drafted during her USC Doctor of Creative Arts and recently published by a company based in the United States.
USC Careers Fair attracts Coast’s top employers23 Mar 2017
A Careers Fair at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow (Friday 24 March) looks set to provide USC students and graduates with a distinct edge in seeking employment.
Student work celebrated in Africa23 Mar 2017
Four USC representatives have attended the official re-opening of the famous Letaba Elephant Hall in South Africa’s Kruger National Park this week.
USC to show off its stormwater ‘big rig’23 Mar 2017
Engineers, developers and architects from around Australia are set to scale USC’s impressive stormwater testing rig during a special demonstration day on Friday 24 March.
TJ leaves combat in Afghanistan to study nursing22 Mar 2017
Former British Army soldier T J Kroezen’s transition to a nursing science student at USC Fraser Coast was fast and extreme.
Prestigious drawing exhibition to visit USC22 Mar 2017
Grafton Regional Gallery’s major art award and touring initiative, the JADA: Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award, will open at the USC Art Gallery at 6.30pm on Thursday 30 March.
Graduate wins role at multinational insurance broker21 Mar 2017
Tyson Blair has launched into the world of big business after graduating from USC, landing a role with multinational insurance broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT).
1996 Society to build better future for USC21 Mar 2017
The USC Foundation Board’s formation of a philanthropic club called the USC 1996 Society has already resulted in pledges totalling almost $100,000 to support the future growth of the University.
USC student selected for global leadership summit20 Mar 2017
A USC student has been chosen as one of just 25 scholars from around the world to attend a global leadership summit in the United States from 24-26 March.
Academic and sports star nets $20,000 scholarship16 Mar 2017
Meridan State College’s 2016 dux, vice-captain and sporting champion Mahli Burgin of Currimundi has earned a Chancellor’s Scholarship, worth up to $20,000, from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
High-flyers to compete at national Quidditch event16 Mar 2017
Some of the country’s best Quidditch players, including members of the World Cup-winning Australian team, will soon fly in for the region’s first national Quidditch tournament at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC project searches for elusive marsupial15 Mar 2017
A USC researcher is on a mission to secure evidence of one of the smallest members of the kangaroo family – the threatened long-nosed potoroo.
Deans Scholar receives $20,000 scholarship boost15 Mar 2017
USC Science Deans Scholar student Tom Banks has received a tremendous boost to his aspirations of a career in biotechnology, thanks to a Renouf Family Scholarship worth up to $20,000.
Lightning’s sharp shooter Bassett studying at USC15 Mar 2017
Sunshine Coast Lightning’s sensational goal shooter Caitlin Bassett has signed up to study at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC takes steps to ‘Close the Gap’ in Fraser Coast15 Mar 2017
USC Fraser Coast will host a Close the Gap event to showcase initiatives to improve Indigenous life expectancy, educational achievement and employment in the Fraser Coast region.
School captain gains USC regional scholarship14 Mar 2017
A USC scholarship valued up to $20,000 has topped a list of outstanding achievements for Isis District State High School 2016 captain and Childers Youth Citizen of the Year Aleisha Nugent.
USC representatives to attend celebration in Africa14 Mar 2017
Four USC representatives will be among the guests attending the official re-opening of the famous Letaba Elephant Hall in South Africa’s Kruger National Park on Monday 20 March.
USC offers tips for parents about preparing for uni13 Mar 2017
Parents of school students in Years 10-12 have been invited to attend a special Meet USC event at the University of the Sunshine Coast at Sippy Downs on Wednesday 22 March.
USC has action plan for Indigenous success9 Mar 2017
USC has reaffirmed its commitment to growing enrolments and lifting the success rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, as Australia’s universities launch a national strategy setting ambitious targets for Indigenous participation rates.
Study secures business success for mum of three9 Mar 2017
From leaving school aged just 14 to working in senior levels of business management, USC graduate Angela Miles’ path to success has been anything but ordinary.
Daniel Morcombe Foundation to launch USC’s Orbit Rescue game app8 Mar 2017
Child safety campaigners Bruce and Denise Morcombe will this week launch a new version of a space-themed online game that provides children aged 8-10 with strategies to avoid sexual abuse.
Solo aviator to deliver public lecture at USC8 Mar 2017
World Record-breaking solo pilot and new USC Business student Lachie Smart will outline his approach to setting and achieving extraordinary goals when he presents USC’s fourth annual Geoff Shadforth Memorial Lecture on Thursday 6 April.
USC presents $10,000 innovation award to Moreton Bay company7 Mar 2017
USC has presented a game-changing materials handling company with the $10,000 USC Innovation of the Year Prize at Moreton Bay Regional Council’s second annual Moreton Bay Innovation Awards.
Students to experience world-class facilities at new Sunshine Coast Health Institute7 Mar 2017
USC students now have access to some of the best health education facilities in Australia with the University starting classes at the brand-new Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI).
Polar ice explorer to inspire Fraser Coast school leaders6 Mar 2017
A USC lecturer and polar ice explorer who is developing affordable life-saving avalanche detectors after surviving a tragedy on Mount Everest will inspire young leaders from the Fraser Coast
Harvard ecologist visits USC’s Fraser Island research centre6 Mar 2017
An expert ecologist from Harvard University has arrived at USC to help boost teaching and academic opportunities at USC’s research and learning centre on Fraser Island.
International interns chip in for bioenergy research6 Mar 2017
Research students from Canada and France have arrived at USC to assist forestry researchers turn logging by-products into renewable energy.
Life-saving work to inspire school student leaders3 Mar 2017
Student leaders from high schools across the Sunshine Coast and Gympie will be empowered to inspire and help others through an exciting Leadership Day at USC on Monday 6 March.
Sir Angus Houston appointed USC Chancellor3 Mar 2017
Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d) will become the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Chancellor on 1 April 2017.
Olympians and lawyers to speak at Sports Law event3 Mar 2017
The hot-button issue of doping in sport will be debated by some of Australia’s top athletes at a public Sports Law event at USC on Monday 13 March at 11am.
Davina swaps microphone for stethoscope at USC3 Mar 2017
She is one of the Fraser Coast’s most popular radio announcers, but after seven years on the airwaves, Triple M’s Davina Ebenezer is now studying nursing science at USC Fraser Coast.
3 USC research videos selected for national stage1 Mar 2017
Three videos featuring USC research on road safety, video games and climate change are among 21 projects selected from across Australia for a national showcase starting today, Wednesday 1 March.
Graduate helps Lightning go from strength to strength1 Mar 2017
A USC adjunct academic and PhD graduate has been appointed lead strength and conditioning coach of the region’s national netball team, Sunshine Coast Lightning.