Student winners of photography contest awarded
17 November - Students who took exceptional photographs of USC’s native fauna have been awarded the inaugural Gerard Mills Memorial Prizes for Wildlife Photography at a special ceremony on campus.
Environmental Science offered at USC Fraser Coast
17 November - A USC degree that trains students to analyse the environment using drones and other cutting-edge technology will be offered through the University’s Fraser Coast campus next year.
Early USC offers add to end of school celebrations
16 November - There will be no long, nervous wait over summer for OP scores and university offers for a group of Year 12 students from Hervey Bay’s St James Lutheran College who graduate tomorrow.
Engineering students to research Nepal quake damage
15 November - A two-week study trip to earthquake-damaged Nepal will give four USC students an amazing opportunity to put into practice the skills gained in their four-year Civil Engineering degrees.
USC’s world-class health research on show at national conferences
14 November - USC research on the use of video games, smart phones and wearable technology as tools to assist recovery from stroke and sports injuries has been presented to physiotherapists from across the globe.
As China flexes its muscles in Antarctica, science is the best diplomatic tool on the frozen continent
14 November - Science has always drawn people and nations to Antarctica. But territorial claims and political tensions are also part of the history of that continent. China is investing heavily in infrastructure and capability in Antarctica with research stations, airfields, fiel...
USC lecturers awarded for innovative teaching
14 November - Robots and superheroes are among the creative teaching tools used by two award-winning USC Fraser Coast lecturers to inspire their students.
Medallist gains work as research executive
14 November - An Arts/Business student who gained a full-time job with a top market research firm within a month of finishing her degree has earned a University Medal at the recent USC graduation.
Research projects gain $1.7m in Federal funds
13 November - Five research projects led by the University of the Sunshine Coast have received a total of $1.7million in competitive grants from the Federal Government.
USC student takes lead for entrepreneurial event
13 November - A USC Entrepreneurship student who launched a business to support Fly In Fly Out (FIFO) workers and their families is now lead organiser of the 2017 Techstars Startup Week Sunshine Coast.
Wildlife photography competition winners to be announced
13 November - The first Gerard Mills Memorial Prizes for Wildlife Photography will be announced at the USC Art Gallery tomorrow, Tuesday 14 November, from 4pm to 5pm.
Law student only Qld member of national team
12 November - A USC Law student has been selected to represent Australia at a prestigious global negotiation competition in Japan on 18-19 November.
Tips for a great summer break
10 November - USC student Jackson Dickfos shares his pearls of wisdom on how to celebrate the end of Year 12.
Wildlife tourism focus for new USC dual degree
9 November - A dual degree designed for people who want to work in sustainable and animal-based tourism will be offered through USC Fraser Coast in 2018.
Research aims to reduce impact of traffic on Fraser Island
8 November - A USC PhD student has embarked on a major research project aimed at protecting Fraser Island’s unique ecology from the impacts caused by tens of thousands of visitor vehicles each year.
Islands lost to the waves: how rising seas washed away part of Micronesia's 19th-century history
8 November - At first glance it may not seem so, but the story of the now-vanished island of Nahlapenlohd, a couple of kilometres south of Pohnpei Island in Micronesia, holds some valuable lessons about recent climate change in the western Pacific. I...
Internship helps Gympie graduate secure job
8 November - Taking the option of a professional internship while completing an Accounting degree at USC Gympie has led to a home town job for recent Gympie graduate Jodie Tydings.
The right balance
8 November - Time management is one of the most important skills you’ll need at university. Here’s a guide to finding the right balance.
USC Business and Engineering top the nation
7 November - Business and Engineering at the University of the Sunshine Coast have been recognised as national leaders in terms of student experience.
How to use music to fine tune your child for school
6 November - Can music actually make us smarter? Research suggests that from as early as 16 weeks of pregnancy, when auditory function is forming, babies begin their musical development. Their early adaptive exposure to sounds, including those familiar sounds of parents’ voices...