USC sustainability research on show at festival29 May 2015
Whether they’re trying to save Great Barrier Reef coral, Queensland’s pine forests or turtles nesting on local beaches, USC researchers will tell the public about their exciting work at the World Environment Day Festival on Sunday 7 June.
USC’s twilight art markets open to the public27 May 2015
USC will stage its first Twilight Art Markets, which are open to the public, from 5pm to 7pm on Thursday 28 May.
Sport scientist to discuss how to promote teamwork26 May 2015
USC sport scientist and Paralympic swimming champion Professor Brendan Burkett will present a public lecture on Friday 29 May on how to promote leadership and teamwork within sporting teams.
Kickstart career at USC Gympie info evening26 May 2015
Gympie people aged from teenagers to seniors are encouraged to attend a Mid-Year Entry Information Evening at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gympie on Wednesday 27 May.
Caboolture graduate a technology trailblazer25 May 2015
New USC graduate Michael Van Brummen has turned an internship during his degree into a job as a graduate software engineer at a major national insurance and banking company in Brisbane.
USC to mark National Sorry Day in Diversity Week25 May 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast will mark National Sorry Day tomorrow (Tuesday 26 May) with a special event planned as part of the University’s inaugural Diversity Week.
USC to host free road safety event for public21 May 2015
Motorists, particularly young people and their parents, are encouraged to get the latest vehicle and road safety advice from a host of experts at a Fatality Free Friday event at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Friday 29 May.
Twilight art markets to celebrate Diversity Week21 May 2015
The University of the Sunshine Coast will open its inaugural Twilight Art Markets to the public from 5pm to 7pm on Thursday 28 May as students showcase their creative arts and craft and passion for performing.
Food security awareness is growing at USC21 May 2015
USC's Moving Feast community food garden – which will celebrate its first anniversary at the World Environment Day Festival on 7 June – is proving to be a perfect classroom for teaching about sustainability and food security.
USC makes national Quidditch carnival final20 May 2015
The USC Quidditch team has earned a place in sporting history by making the final of Australia’s first official university Quidditch tournament last Sunday.
Memorial tree to honour USC student20 May 2015
A simple tree planting ceremony at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow (Thursday 21 May) will hold special significance for students and staff in the discipline of Occupational Therapy and for the family of the late Stacey Mowle.
Science graduate drills into dentistry career19 May 2015
A USC graduate has used his Biomedical Science degree to become a prosthodontist – a specialist dentist helping restore the smiles of people suffering ailments ranging from basic holes in the teeth to throat cancer, serious injuries and facial deformities.
USC students to receive Rotary scholarships19 May 2015
An aspiring clinical psychologist, a coastal ecology researcher and a scientist studying koala blindness will be awarded Rotary Postgraduate Scholarships at an annual presentation dinner at USC tomorrow (Wednesday 20 May).
Thriller filmmakers to inspire USC students18 May 2015
USC Creative Industries students will soon get the chance to meet and quiz the filmmakers of a new Australian psychological thriller that has just featured at the Cannes Film Festival.
Booked-out breakfast to launch Diversity Week14 May 2015
A breakfast of 260 people celebrating equity initiatives for students and a twilight seminar by Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Commissioner will feature at USC's first annual Diversity Week from 25-29 May.
Top-level technology award for USC14 May 2015
The enthusiastic implementation of a plan to give all University of the Sunshine Coast students and staff access to their own ePortfolio by the end of 2016 has won a national award.
Researchers work to boost Gympie region’s resilience14 May 2015
University of the Sunshine Coast researchers and Gympie Regional Council have teamed up to develop an assessment tool that will measure the community’s level of resilience.
Managing floods and stormwater all in day’s work13 May 2015
Clarissa Campbell of Kallangur has graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and is now working as a stormwater engineer with Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Research focuses on sedentary lifestyle of students11 May 2015
Regularly playing sport or going to the gym might not be enough to counter the negative effects of a generally sedentary lifestyle, according to USC researcher Casey Sutherland.
Nominations open for outstanding USC graduates7 May 2015
Members of the community are encouraged to nominate high-achieving University of the Sunshine Coast graduates for USC’s annual Outstanding Alumni Awards.
Scientists to explain balance training and sports recovery7 May 2015
Two University of the Sunshine Coast experts in the science of sport will speak at a free community lecture on Wednesday evening, 13 May, at the USC Innovation Centre auditorium.
Practice creates confidence for OT graduate6 May 2015
The opportunity to put theory into practice throughout her studies at USC gave Sarsha Pincini the confidence to step straight into a job as an occupational therapist.
Gallery hosts JADA drawing awards exhibition6 May 2015
A stunning exhibition of the top 50 entries from a prestigious national drawing competition will open at the USC Gallery at 6.30pm on Thursday 14 May.
$1million project to help nursing home residents6 May 2015
A collaborative project led by the University of the Sunshine Coast to improve the care of nursing home residents who develop acute illnesses has gained $1.15million from the Australian Government.
Paramedic work gets Lauren’s heart racing5 May 2015
USC graduate Lauren Nesbitt has found a job in Toowoomba that really gets her heart racing.
Affordable avalanche detector for Nepalese villagers5 May 2015
A USC academic who is developing an affordable avalanche detection device thinks the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal will create an even greater need for his invention.
Brisbane graduate takes teaching skills to Mt Isa4 May 2015
When Thomas Krosch of Joyner crossed the USC Graduation Ceremony stage to receive his combined degree in Education and Science on Friday 17 April, he already knew where his path led.
Top tips on positive ageing lecture for U3A4 May 2015
The wisdom handed down by elders of different races, religions and sciences over the centuries will be discussed at the USC Lecture Series for U3A Sunshine Coast tomorrow (Tuesday 5 May).