USC degree helps Stephanie land agribusiness job22 December 2016
Growing up on her family’s cattle property fuelled Stephanie Perrett’s ambition to work in rural Australia, and now a degree from the University of the Sunshine Coast has led to a graduate position in agribusiness with one of Australia’s largest banks.
Student embarks on Indonesian adventure22 December 2016
New Year’s Day will signal the start of an exciting adventure for University of the Sunshine Coast student Jordyn Archer of Buddina, who will spend the next six months studying in the bustling Indonesian city of Bandung.
Student earns national Indigenous health award21 December 2016
University of the Sunshine Coast student Tracy Hardy has a vision for better health for Indigenous Australians – and her efforts to achieve this have earned her a national award.
Dr Karl to lead lively discussions at Woodford20 December 2016
Popular science commentator Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is teaming up with researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast to deliver some lively discussions about life’s big questions at this year’s Woodford Folk Festival.
Grant hopes for clean sweep at World Curling Championships20 December 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast student and curling star is proving that he can match it with the best of the world – without putting his degree on ice.
Interacting with the dead via Facebook: USC study19 December 2016
University of the Sunshine Coast Psychology research has lifted the lid on modern mourning, finding higher levels of anxiety and stress among people who interact online with the deceased via Facebook profiles.
USC graduate helps patients improve gut health15 December 2016
A belief that everyone should be able to enjoy food has inspired a graduate nutritionist and dietitian from Bundaberg to develop a special interest in gastrointestinal health.
Outstanding staff win Vice-Chancellor’s awards15 December 2016
Seven University of the Sunshine Coast staff and two specialist teams have received prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence for their commitment to research, learning and teaching, and engagement.
Students engineer pedal-powered success15 December 2016
A team of University of the Sunshine Coast students has made the finals of a national competition to design sustainable engineering solutions for a refugee settlement in Africa.
USC graduate finds right ingredients for success14 December 2016
Within a few years of gaining a dietetics degree, a young University of the Sunshine Coast graduate is providing job opportunities for other graduates at her expanding private practice in Gladstone.
Students dining out on tales of beacon success14 December 2016
Aspiring entrepreneurs from the University of the Sunshine Coast have taken a high-tech approach to hunger-busting by trialling beacon technology at cafes on campus.
USC team lights up Hackfest with art installation13 December 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast lecturer and student who turned big data into public art at the recent Sunshine Coast Council Hackfest claimed three major awards in the process.
High-tech ‘Lab of Awesome’ to visit Gympie13 December 2016
Holiday activities in Gympie will receive a high-tech infusion with a visit by the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Lab of Awesome.
Nyobie enrols to chase cosmetic nursing goal12 December 2016
A long-held ambition to work in the field of cosmetic medicine has set a former Gympie supermarket manager on the pathway to a Nursing Science degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Runway researcher named in top 100 innovators12 December 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast academic has been named among Australia’s top 100 most innovative engineers for his cutting-edge research into improving airport pavement technology.
USC staff play Santa for The Smith Family8 December 2016
University of the Sunshine Coast staff have pitched in to help local families have a happier Christmas by donating 15 baskets of books and toys – plus a bicycle – to charity organisation The Smith Family.
Gold medallist inducted into Sports Hall of Fame8 December 2016
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Melanie Wright (nee Schlanger) has been inducted into the Sunshine Coast Sports Hall of Fame at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Psychologist takes purr-fect approach to get dogged problems to heel8 December 2016
Treating problems as if they are dogs is a novel approach to dealing with difficulties recommended by University of the Sunshine Coast academic Dr Prudence Millear in her new book ‘The Benefits of a Light Heart’.
Students earn Federal scholarships to study in Asia7 December 2016
2017 is shaping up as a transformative year for two high-flying University of the Sunshine Coast students who have received prestigious Australian Government scholarships to study in Asia.
Sports Hall of Fame to welcome new inductee6 December 2016
The Sunshine Coast Sports Hall of Fame will hold its 2016 Induction Ceremony at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow evening (Wednesday 7 December).
Call to use phones to help those with disabilities6 December 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast academic recently hit the road to share her expertise in how smart phone technology can be used to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Fairfax encourages students to consider rural teaching5 December 2016
University of the Sunshine Coast Education students have been strongly encouraged to consider working in country classrooms by a philanthropist who has a passion for supporting rural and remote parts of Queensland.
Local hero inspires Indigenous students at USC2 December 2016
The University of the Sunshine Coast has appointed a well-known Indigenous artist, dancer and sporting identity to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from Gympie and the Fraser Coast to aspire to university.
USC award helps young mother chase teaching dream2 December 2016
Naomi Carroll put her career aspirations aside when she became a teenage mother – until a University of the Sunshine Coast program put her on the path to a teaching degree.