Gender on the agenda at Open Day careers forum
12 July - The challenges and rewards of choosing a career that doesn’t quite match gender stereotypes will be examined closely when the University of the Sunshine Coast holds its annual Open Day on Sunday 22 July.
USC graduate gains Middle East promotion
12 July - A USC graduate who has taken up a managerial position at a luxury hotel chain says more workers are needed in the Middle East to help prepare for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Drama graduate takes centre stage in Darwin
11 July - Creative Industries graduate Tremayne Gordon of Pomona is making his mark as a playwright and actor in theatres around the country.
Muscle problems could be linked to diabetes
10 July - A University of the Sunshine Coast academic is working to discover the link between diabetes and a muscle-wasting condition that is becoming increasingly prevalent.
Community talks vital, says new Indigenous Dean
10 July - The University of the Sunshine Coast has appointed Professor Gary Thomas as its first Dean of Indigenous Education and Engagement.
Seaweed on the menu at USC
9 July - Nutrition students at USC saw culinary creativity in action as renowned Sunshine Coast chef Cameron Matthews turned slimy seaweed into a delicious meal.
Mixed netball team brings home bronze
6 July - USC’s mixed netballers have won back-to-back bronze medals at a national university games tournament that finished on the Gold Coast yesterday.
Sport and research make a perfect match
5 July - Shooting goals, protecting goals, and using research to achieve sporting goals will be among the topics kicked about at a special High Performance Sport presentation on Monday 16 July as part of USC’s annual Research Showcase.
Lost Titanic tale uncovered by Coast author
5 July - Everyone’s heard of the Titanic, but the heroic tale of the boat that risked everything to rescue survivors has been little known, until now