Scholarships to make a difference for Moreton Bay students23 Sep
New scholarships are now available to help students aged 25 years or older at USC’s Moreton Bay campus succeed in their studies.
University sets up vaccination clinic on campus23 Sep
USC has joined forces with health care provider Sunny Street to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations for students at its Sunshine Coast campus.
Coast businesswoman to receive honorary award23 Sep
A Buderim-based businesswoman, philanthropist and community leader who has supported education on the Sunshine Coast for decades will receive an honorary award at a USC graduation ceremony on Thursday 30 September.
Youth keen to tackle climate change but feel unprepared22 Sep
A USC survey has found that young people in the Noosa area strongly support efforts to tackle climate change but few feel equipped to take effective action.
USC graduate elected to lead law association22 Sep
Just a few years after completing her studies, USC graduate Jessica Popple has become the first member of the University’s Law alumni to lead the Sunshine Coast Law Association (SCLA).
Creative students display artistic side at USC markets17 Sep
Artistic students have shown off their work and even made a few dollars at the first USC Moreton Bay RISE Creative Showcase and Market Day.
Picky eating research aims to help family mealtimes16 Sep
New USC Australia research has identified the most common external factors likely to increase or decrease picky eating in children under 10
USC helps hatch insect project for schools16 Sep
A USC insect ecologist will coordinate the Queensland branch of a new research project calling on school students to help identify mystery insect species in their regions.
Top honour for USC social media academic15 Sep
A USC Social Media lecturer has been recognised for her innovation in embedding real-world experience into her teaching with a major award from the Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities.
Religion the key to climate change action in Pacific15 Sep
Religion, not science, is the key to tackling the impacts of climate change in the Pacific Islands, says USC Australia’s Professor of Geography and author Patrick Nunn.
Former police officer inspired to study social work14 Sep
As a former police officer and army soldier, USC Social Work student Michelle Minchin has helped people during some of their lowest times – including when they’ve been impacted by domestic violence or suicide
Exhibitions at USC connect art with research14 Sep
Artistic collaborations between flying foxes and humans, live sound streams from the Amazon rainforest and stories of the traditional custodians of K’gari (Fraser Island) are among the diverse artworks currently on display in two new exhibitions at the USC Art Gallery.
USC students’ futurist thinking is best in the world13 Sep
Three USC PhD students have gained international awards for their forward-thinking insights.
Undefeated Spartans one step away from grand final10 Sep
The USC Spartans rugby league team will head into the Universities Rugby League Queensland semi-finals with confidence after remaining undefeated throughout its first season in the competition.