Coast advocate to become Senior Fellow31 March 2014
Former surveyor and town planner Ken Hicks, of Mountain Creek, will become an Honorary Senior Fellow of the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Nikon-Walkley Exhibition opens at USC Gallery28 March 2014
The touring Nikon-Walkley Press Photography Exhibition has opened at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery.
Business students learn from zoo’s wild success28 March 2014
A group of 15 USC business students enjoyed a behind-the-scenes look at one of the region’s wildest success stories on a recent field trip to Australia Zoo.
Cherbourg students to visit University27 March 2014
About 40 students from Cherbourg State School will visit the USC and Mooloolaba Beach tomorrow (Friday 28 March) as part of a digital literacy and cultural project that also involves USC’s Education students.
Seminar to enhance health industry links27 March 2014
A seminar on 23 April aims to enhance the links between health professionals across the region and staff and students from the School of Nursing and Midwifery at USC.
USC to boost education in Papua26 March 2014
USC has been awarded $3.88 million in Australian Government aid funding to help teachers strengthen their skills and boost outcomes for school students across Indonesia’s Papua province.
Indonesians study sustainability at USC26 March 2014
Twelve Indonesian representatives from government, academia, industry and the community have arrived at USC to learn more about how to sustainably manage their East Lombok coastline and islands.
Measles advice sent to USC students and staff24 March 2014
The University of the Sunshine Coast has advised its students and staff that a USC Dietetics student was recently diagnosed with measles.
Researchers examine factors in childhood obesity24 March 2014
USC Psychology research into obesity in infants and toddlers has found that a mother’s nutrition knowledge has no effect on her, or her child’s, weight.
Photojournalist to focus on career in lecture20 March 2014
Award-winning Australian photojournalist Brian Cassey will give a free public lecture at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday 26 March.
Program helps Gympie teens start uni early20 March 2014
Year 11 and 12 students wanting to take early steps on their career paths are encouraged to attend the Headstart Information Evening at USC Gympie on Tuesday 25 March.
Program helps teens study career paths early19 March 2014
Year 11 and 12 students wanting to take early steps on their career paths are encouraged to attend the Headstart Information Evening at USC on Wednesday 26 March.
Community of mathematicians formed on Coast18 March 2014
A supportive community of mathematicians from across the region has been established as an initiative of the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Business graduate becomes global consultant17 March 2014
A 27-year-old former Buderim resident who completed an International Business degree at USC has gained a position in London with a global information technology, consulting and outsourcing firm.
USC Gallery to host Nikon-Walkley Exhibition14 March 2014
A collection of stunning news images will go on show at the USC Gallery when the touring Nikon-Walkley Press Photography Exhibition opens on Thursday 27 March.
Teen driver behaviour in seminar spotlight13 March 2014
Insights into teenage driver behaviour will be revealed at a USC seminar involving local, national and international researchers on Thursday 27 March.
Science and engineering challenge for Gympie students12 March 2014
About 130 children from eight local primary schools will be building bridges, mini-catapults, space vehicles and earthquake-proof towers on Thursday 13 March at an event presented by USC Gympie.
Teenage science buffs catapult into contest10 March 2014
Five hundred teenagers from 18 local schools will spend two days building bridges, catapults, space vehicles and earthquake-proof towers, in the annual Science and Engineering Challenge at USC.
USC researches music therapy for children6 March 2014
Three USC researchers hope their investigation of “therapeutic listening” will reduce anxiety and increase emotion recognition and attention control in children with High Functioning Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome.
Researcher examines protein in men's diets6 March 2014
A USC Honours student in Nutrition and Dietetics is about to start dishing up free feeds as part of new research into weight management strategies.
Ellaine aims to create a career in gaming5 March 2014
A Nambour Christian College graduate with twin passions for creative writing and role-playing computer games has chosen USC's new Bachelor of Creative Industries to pursue her career.
USC to stage Geoff Shadforth Memorial Lecture3 March 2014
USC will stage its first annual Geoff Shadforth Memorial Lecture on 15 May 2014 to honour the prominent Sunshine Coast businessman who died tragically a year ago.