USC symposium puts focus on World Heritage icon
18 May - As K’gari-Fraser Island marks 25 years of UNESCO World Heritage status, a symposium will be held to share knowledge and enhance understanding of its unique universal values.
Using ancient tales to share climate adaptation message
17 May - A USC researcher using ancient stories to make climate change relevant to Australian and Pacific Island communities has been honoured for his contributions to geography.
Rainbow theme as USC celebrates diversity
17 May - USC’s Fraser Coast campus will take on the colours of the rainbow for one day this week in a bright show of support for sexual and gender diversity.
USC Sunshine Coast celebrates diversity
17 May - Students and staff will gather tomorrow in a show of support for sexual and gender diversity on USC campuses to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT).
Perfect planning puts Bethany back in Bundaberg
17 May - A university internship at Bundaberg Regional Council has evolved into a job as one of the city’s strategic planners for new USC graduate Bethany Williams-Holthouse.
USC researchers rounding up detection dogs
17 May - USC researchers are calling for “canine scientists” to volunteer for a special project aimed at charting the ideal characteristics for detection dogs.
USC graduate gets social with new business
16 May - An entrepreneurial USC graduate from the Moreton Bay Region has set her career in full swing by launching her own social media business when she was still a student.
AFL fan pursues sporting management career
16 May - Aussie rules fan Mitchell Purvis of Eaton’s Hill is keen to fly high after recently graduating from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Bachelor of Business (Management).
Ebola test kit from USC could halt latest outbreak
16 May - A PhD researcher from the University of the Sunshine Coast is developing a 30-minute Ebola test that could help contain an outbreak ravaging the Congo.
USC graduate aims to be a champion for children
15 May - New teaching graduate Kirsty Wright says switching from personal training to helping shape young minds is the best move she has ever made.