Aspiring diplomat earns prestigious scholarship30 June 2014
USC International Studies student Tess Harwood is heading to Indonesia after gaining one of only 40 prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarships from the Australian Government.
Researchers open doors to public in new series27 June 2014
The latest research towards developing a new childhood vaccine and creating DNA-based computers will be the first topics of an exciting lecture series at USC.
Start study mid-year at USC Gympie27 June 2014
Those interested in starting tertiary study this year still have time to apply for mid-year entry with the University of the Sunshine Coast in Gympie.
USC students to compete at Commonwealth Games26 June 2014
Semester break means a chance to unwind for many students, but two USC student athletes will instead be flying to Glasgow to test their physical and mental skills at the Commonwealth Games.
Time to make a mid-year resolution to study26 June 2014
Those interested in starting tertiary study this year still have time to apply for mid-year entry with the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Blood and guts all part of hi-tech event at USC25 June 2014
Simulated bullet wounds, burns, gashes and blood will be on proud display to an international audience at USC on 26-27 June.
Community urged to nominate great graduates25 June 2014
USC has put out a call to the community to nominate graduates for its annual Outstanding Alumni Awards, including those who have excelled locally and those whose careers are still taking off.
New bursary for USC Law students25 June 2014
A $5,000 bursary has been introduced for first-year Law students at USC to honour the memory of solicitor Justin Crosby who died in May last year.
USC to host Sport Education Conference24 June 2014
Some of the brightest minds in the sporting industry will gather at USC on 3-4 July for the region’s inaugural Sport Education Conference.
Teen finds time for uni and world titles24 June 2014
USC student Caitlin Gilliman, 18, isn’t just one of the fastest young kayakers in the world, she is also one of the best time managers.
Masters student champions smart job creation23 June 2014
A University of the Sunshine Coast MBA student from Norway has some innovative advice for ambitious graduates: create your own dream job.
USC parent info night to feature insights on teens19 June 2014
USC's annual parent information night on Thursday 3 July will go well beyond just providing details about what university life is like.
Research peels back layers of prawn industry19 June 2014
New USC research has peeled back the layers of the Moreton Bay fresh prawn industry in a bid to open new consumer markets.
Film inspired by the Coast’s holiday heritage19 June 2014
A free screening of the 1987 film The Place at the Coast, will be held at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery on Sunday 22 June at 2pm.
Club activates adventures for USC students18 June 2014
USC Activate is an outdoor activities club that is encouraging USC students to balance their mostly indoors studies with some great outdoor fun and adventure.
USC research hits new heights on NZ glacier17 June 2014
Radar technology developed by USC researchers has been used to pioneer the measurement of ice thickness on a glacier in New Zealand’s Southern Alps.
USC students to study in Indo-Pacific region16 June 2014
Twenty-four USC students will study in the Indo-Pacific region after receiving funding under the Federal Government’s New Colombo Plan.
Science helps basketballers score life goals12 June 2014
A USC sports scientist who worked with the Australian Boomers Basketball Team has now also shared his secrets with junior players at a local community sports club.
Entrepreneurs pitch bright ideas for business12 June 2014
USC's Innovation Centre is once again calling on the region’s entrepreneurs to deliver their best business pitch and vie for more than $20,000 in prizes.
Secrets of the eucalypt genetic code unlocked12 June 2014
An international collaboration of scientists, including USC researcher Dr Dorothy Steane, has sequenced the genetic code of the eucalypt for the first time.
USC Gympie hosts Science and Technology Expo11 June 2014
Almost 100 children from nine different primary schools will converge on USC's Gympie campus on Thursday 12 June for its first Science and Technology Expo.
1,850 students to attend Experience USC Day11 June 2014
A record 1,850 Year 9 and 10 students from 38 different schools from as far as Maryborough, the South Burnett and Brisbane are taking part in Experience USC Day over June 11-12.
Honours research targets apps to aid sleep11 June 2014
New USC Psychology research will judge the effectiveness of smartphone applications designed to help people with sleeplessness.
USC students aim to help businesses boom10 June 2014
USC Business students are engaging with the region’s small businesses to share research, recommendations and plans to boost success.
Gardening guru pitches in for environment festival6 June 2014
Gardening guru Costa Georgiadis will be rolling up his sleeves for work when he arrives at the annual World Environment Day festival at USC on Sunday 8 June.
Project to help mother-daughter communication5 June 2014
A University of the Sunshine Coast Psychology project aims to take the angst out of adolescence for mothers and daughters across the region.
Exhibitions provide trip down memory lane5 June 2014
Sunshine Coast residents can enjoy a trip down memory lane when two nostalgic exhibitions open at the USC Gallery on Thursday 12 June at 6.30pm.
USC uses top techniques to help pregnant women5 June 2014
USC researchers are using latest techniques for assessing elite sports people to examine women’s body changes during pregnancy.
Region’s schools join great debate at USC4 June 2014
More than 250 students and staff from 17 local schools will converge on the University of the Sunshine Coast on Thursday 5 June for the launch of a major new regional debating tournament.
Paralympian aims high with health research4 June 2014
USC PhD student and Australian wheelchair basketball champion Bridie Kean of Maroochydore is researching ways to help people with disabilities make the most out of life by engaging in sport.
USC wins funds for Advertising study trip3 June 2014
A Communication academic who won an international medal for his contribution to advertising education has gained a grant to take six USC students on a 10-day overseas study tour.
USC Law student ready for politics at Oxford3 June 2014
Chelsea Wallis of Marcus Beach is attending two of the world’s most prestigious universities this year while studying her first year of USC's new Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry).
Student to promote sustainable food foraging2 June 2014
A USC student’s plan for a new mobile phone app that encourages sustainable food sourcing across the region will be outlined at the World Environment Day Festival on Sunday 8 June.