USC Gympie's first international student29 February 2016
A love of horses and the appeal of the Australian outback have motived Emma Hymas from Essex, England, to become the first international student to enrol at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s campus at Gympie.
Dr Karl thrilled to gain USC Honorary Doctorate29 February 2016
Australia’s favourite scientist Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has added another string to his academic bow after receiving an Honorary Doctorate from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Dreams and ‘Visions’ for USC’s 20th celebration29 February 2016
The University of the Sunshine Coast has launched an impressive book, called ‘Visions’, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its official opening.
New book ‘Visions’ celebrates USC 1996-201625 February 2016
A two-year project to capture the heart of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s history through transformational stories of its people has resulted in the publication of a new book, ‘Visions’.
Dr Karl to be recognised with Honorary Doctorate25 February 2016
One of Australia’s most recognisable science commentators, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki AM, will be recognised in a new way by the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow (Friday 26 February).
Researchers gear up for cardio fitness study24 February 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast research group is seeing if pedal power could help make inroads into the treatment of a potentially deadly cardiovascular condition.
Triple J brings ‘O-Mazing Race’ to USC24 February 2016
Orientation Week at the University of the Sunshine Coast is set for some zany national exposure when Triple J’s Drive program presenters Veronica Milsom and Lewis Hobba visit USC’s Sippy Downs campus tomorrow (Thursday 25 February).
400 generous graduates make a name for USC24 February 2016
Hundreds of University of the Sunshine Coast alumni will this week officially unveil a special pathway on campus that demonstrates their pride in USC and willingness to help future students.
O week at the pool, stadium – and courtroom23 February 2016
From the drama of the courtroom to the action in the stadium and the pool, there will be plenty to attract students to the second day of orientation activities at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow, Wednesday 24 February.
Nathan wins USC’s first Spartan Court Race23 February 2016
Nathan Hayes of Bongaree has become the inaugural men’s winner of the Spartan Court Race on day one of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s 2016 Orientation Week.
Big wave surfer faces rigorous test at USC23 February 2016
Australian big wave surfer and ocean adventurer Mark Visser will be put through some rigorous testing when he visits the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow (Wednesday 24 February).
USC Theatre production to open to sell-out crowd23 February 2016
University of the Sunshine Coast Drama students are ready to hit the stage tomorrow night in a sold-out opening performance of the classic Australian play ‘Away’.
Workshop makes studying at USC easier23 February 2016
The University of the Sunshine Coast is running a three-day academic skills workshop for hundreds of students enrolled at USC Fraser Coast before the official university year begins on Monday 29 February.
Students on their marks for orientation fun22 February 2016
The USC Spartan Court Race and a bracing game of Quidditch will be fast-paced highlights for students enjoying the fun of orientation including Market Day at the University of the Sunshine Coast tomorrow, Tuesday 23 February.
Seminar explains how ‘brainsex’ influences learning18 February 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast education academic who specialises in linking neurological theory with the everyday realities of raising and teaching children will give local school teachers insight into recent research on how boys and girls learn.
OP1 student has medicine on her mind18 February 2016
Chancellor State College OP1 graduate Annabel Webber has enrolled at the University of the Sunshine Coast as the starting point for a career as a surgeon.
Get talking to save your marriage, says researcher17 February 2016
If the buzz of Valentine’s Day is already a distant memory for some married couples, a senior academic from the University of the Sunshine Coast suggests it might be time for words instead of action.
USC SouthBank to welcome students of 201617 February 2016
Students from across Brisbane and the world will get to know the University of the Sunshine Coast’s expanding campus at Brisbane’s South Bank at orientation activities on Thursday 25 February.
Aspiring surgeon ready to start USC studies16 February 2016
Monica Boulton of Booral will take her first step towards becoming a surgeon when she begins studying at the University of the Sunshine Coast later this month.
USC makes way for super Hoopers of science15 February 2016
Top grades and the pursuit of science have encouraged 18-year-old Vanessa Hooper to become the third of her siblings to study at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Orientation Day to welcome USC Gympie students12 February 2016
Students at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Gympie campus will enjoy an upbeat start to the 2016 study year with Orientation Day on Thursday 18 February.
Do parents and learner drivers see the same road?12 February 2016
P-plate drivers will get the chance to test their skills in a road environment simulator at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Sippy Downs campus to contribute to latest safety research by senior academic Dr Bridie Scott-Parker.
Wide Bay role for Occupational Therapy graduand12 February 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast graduand from Bundaberg has returned to the Wide Bay Burnett region to start her career helping children with a disability.
Motorcyclist revved up for engineering11 February 2016
Gympie student Nick Gerrard plans to turn his passion for motorbikes into a professional career after enrolling in a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours) at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Sports dietitian to bust supplement myths11 February 2016
A sports dietitian from the University of the Sunshine Coast will give a free public lecture to help athletes separate fact from fiction regarding supplements on Friday 19 February.
Rainfall app a finalist in pitch comp11 February 2016
University of the Sunshine Coast student Jordan Andrews will fly to Melbourne tomorrow, Friday 12 February, for a $100,000 chance to kickstart the commercialisation of his award-winning design of a rainfall app for mobile phones.
New students welcomed with days of fun11 February 2016
Hundreds of new university students will be climbing walls, riding broomsticks, dancing to live music and satisfying their thirst for knowledge at the 2016 ‘Orientation to USC’ events on campus at Sippy Downs from 23-25 February.
Orientation for USC Fraser Coast’s first students11 February 2016
The first group of students to enrol at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Fraser Coast campus will be welcomed with a fun and festive orientation day on Friday 19 February.
Accounting draws Paul to USC Fraser Coast10 February 2016
After studying at TAFE and a big Brisbane university, Oakhurst 20-year-old Paul Hoggard is ready to balance the books with an accounting career closer to home.
Reforestation project in Philippine villages10 February 2016
An international University of the Sunshine Coast researcher has travelled to the Philippines to design a better system of rehabilitating land that was previously cleared through ‘slash and burn’ farming.
Neurophysiologist leads USC’s new mind institute9 February 2016
A leading academic and medical specialist involved in world-renowned research and clinical practice has moved from Sydney to the University of the Sunshine Coast to lead its new multi-million-dollar facility focused on preventing, treating and curing mental illnesses.
USC Theatre prepares for Australian classic9 February 2016
All the ups and downs of a good, old-fashioned family road trip will be brought to the stage when University of the Sunshine Coast Drama students perform the acclaimed Australian play Away at Sippy Downs from 24-27 February.
Catherine to study nursing at USC Fraser Coast8 February 2016
When Hervey Bay’s Catherine Sugget walks on to the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Fraser Coast campus on Monday 29 February, she will be striving to follow in her mum’s footsteps as a nurse.
Researcher puts pursuit of happiness to the test8 February 2016
A University of the Sunshine Coast researcher says one 15-minute exercise could have a major impact on how positively people think about their future.
Crime prevention book secures top award5 February 2016
A book that focuses on the practical ways communities can work together to reduce crime has earned a University of the Sunshine Coast academic a prestigious industry award.
Exhibition on kinship by Archibald Prize finalist4 February 2016
An Australia-wide touring exhibition by Aboriginal artist and 2014 Archibald Prize finalist Jandamarra Cadd will open at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery at 6.30pm on Thursday 18 February.
Couple sign up for university study at Gympie4 February 2016
2016 is shaping up as a big year for one Gympie household, with married couple Dean and Kerri Santos accepting offers to study locally at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC bee research to scan pollen ‘barcodes’3 February 2016
Cutting-edge technology which scans the natural ‘barcode’ of pollen will be used in new University of the Sunshine Coast research on bee populations.
Accounting adds up for Hervey Bay musician3 February 2016
After excelling at high school accounting last year, Paige Keys of Eli Waters believes studying a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) locally at the University of the Sunshine Coast simply adds up.