New centre helps visitors discover wonders of K'gari25 Feb
A new interpretive centre will open on K’gari (Fraser Island) next week to help increase understanding, appreciation and conservation of the world’s largest sand island.
National role for USC Indigenous education leader23 Feb
A senior USC academic who is focused on increasing higher education participation among Indigenous students has been appointed to a national centre working to help all marginalised and disadvantaged students in Australia.
Gympie students start uni with Orientation23 Feb
Orientation Day will be held at USC Gympie tomorrow to officially welcome new students to university life.
USC to welcome 5,500 new students during O Week22 Feb
Hundreds of new USC students from across Australia brought colour and excitement to the Sunshine Coast campus today for the first day of Orientation.
Students to start uni journey with Orientation22 Feb
USC will hold Orientation Day events at its Fraser Coast and Gympie campuses this week to officially welcome new students to university life.
Family illness spurs Teagan to study biomedicine21 Feb
With an ATAR of 98.70 and diverse interests, Caloundra school-leaver Teagan Osborn had plenty of options open for 2021.
Travel agent changes plans to future-proof career19 Feb
Even before the upheavals caused by COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions, Fraser Coast travel agent Jessica Spain was looking for a new, future-proof career after 10 years working in the industry.
USC Moreton Bay exceeds enrolment expectations18 Feb
Queensland’s newest university campus – USC Moreton Bay – will soon have 3,000 students enrolled, far more than originally forecast for its second year.
Buzz in the air as foursome begins Medical Science18 Feb
USC will soon become a hive of study activity for four high-achieving Sunshine Coast school leavers – including one who’ll be juggling two homegrown honey businesses.
Disadvantage and adversity behind high sudden infant death rate17 Feb
Queensland’s first large-scale study of all sudden infant deaths to date has identified key factors contributing to the state’s persistently high annual death rate of babies.
Scholarship helps Ivy dive deep into science16 Feb
An aspiring young scientist from Gympie plans to use a Biomedical Science degree from USC as a springboard into a career in medicine.
Koala chlamydia vaccine research features in documentary16 Feb
USC’s Professor of Microbiology Peter Timms has featured in an ABC TV Catalyst program called “Are We Killing Our Koalas?”.
Emma is keen to embrace a teacher’s life15 Feb
Inspired by her own school experience, Maryborough’s Emma Cordie is about to embark on a university journey at USC Fraser Coast that will lead to a career as an educator.
USC degree takes doctor from clinic to classroom10 Feb
A medical doctor and clinical researcher of 10 years who treated children with polio in rural India and Nigeria has become a Sunshine Coast high school teacher, encouraging more teenagers – particularly women – into maths and science professions.
Creative career choice lets Jordi follow her heart9 Feb
Head or heart? That was the career choice facing young Gympie artist Jordi Kate Millard until a USC degree helped her to channel her creativity into her own design business.
Study finds potential treatment to reduce chronic suicidality8 Feb
A new study from USC Australia has found that oral doses of ketamine administered in a clinical setting can provide a rapid-acting treatment for chronic suicidality.
Free planning course for Moreton Bay businesses8 Feb
The success of a six-week planning course in helping small business owners and managers in the Moreton Bay region tackle the challenges and opportunities of a COVID economy has prompted a second series from Thursday 4 March.
Birth trauma a national problem, says USC expert8 Feb
A USC midwifery expert who has studied the birth trauma experiences of hundreds of women is set to feature in a new documentary.
Medicine success has Gympie dux feeling great2 Feb
Victory College senior dux Abigail McAllister says it is a dream come true to be able to start her university journey towards a career as surgeon while still living at home in Gympie.
Investing in local talent pays off for Hervey Bay firm1 Feb
Hervey Bay’s JR Marketing Group Director Josh Rimmington said he knew the digital marketing agency did not have to look far when recruiting new, skilled talent into the business.