Study journey takes Beke from Germany to Fraser Coast20 Oct
A decision to explore Australia has led to a brand-new life and career focus for former Germany bookkeeper Beke Koehn, who graduated recently from USC.
USC academic joins debate on urban development20 Oct
Research, experience and daubs of humour will be on display when six architecture, design and housing industry experts join the Sunshine Coast Open House 2021 Debate to thrash out how the region should grow post-pandemic.
USC students design ‘weapons’ for mock attack19 Oct
USC Mechanical Design students are about to engage in mock medieval warfare – armed with little more than their wits and lightweight wood – in a quest for glory and top assessment marks.
Bethany’s love of planning brings academic success19 Oct
Bethany Nelson’s keen interest in event management has taken her from organising school events to being awarded a Medal for Academic Excellence at her USC graduation.
Small courses to help power business success18 Oct
USC is delivering a series of short study modules to help businesses and individuals improve their social media presence and build their leaderships skills.
Social work graduates aim to make a difference15 Oct
Two new USC Fraser Coast graduates are working to improve mental health and wellbeing in the community as social workers at hospitals in Bundaberg and Hervey Bay.
USC leads rollout of critical vaccine for koalas15 Oct
USC is leading a Phase 3 rollout of a koala chlamydia vaccine that has been developed collaboratively over many years with many partners, including the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.
Fraser Coast students to celebrate academic milestone13 Oct
USC Fraser Coast’s latest cohort of graduating students will formally celebrate their achievements tomorrow.
Robot lizards research wins 3MT competition13 Oct
A PhD student developing bio-inspired robot lizards to better understand animal movement and apply the knowledge to the needs of industry has won the annual USC Three-Minute Thesis competition.
USC graduate puts engineering skills to work for Moreton Bay12 Oct
Recent USC Mechanical Engineering graduate Harry Peet is now managing major projects aimed at improving and streamlining services at one of Australia’s largest councils.
Using brain science to overcome gender-based learning barriers11 Oct
A child development expert at USC Australia has drawn on the latest brain science to write two new books about meeting the different learning needs of boys and girls.
Business graduate takes fast track into management8 Oct
USC Business graduate Samuel Johnson is already managing the Queensland warehouse of a national company.
Welcome Home our Olympians and Paralympians6 Oct
Olympians and Paralympians from the Sunshine Coast who competed at the Tokyo Games will be congratulated at a massive civic reception at USC tomorrow.
Chef finds perfect mix of food and science6 Oct
A Maryborough chef is combining her industry experience with knowledge gained through a USC degree to serve up science-based nutrition facts and advice to customers in their homes.