National title surprises endurance athlete
12 December - Professional ironwoman and USC Education student Jordan Mercer has claimed a national title that she didn’t even know she was in the running to win.
Aspiring paramedics gain hands-on skills in Nepal
11 December - Seven students have returned from USC’s first Paramedic Science clinical placements in Nepal with experience in cases such as a fatal bus rollover, trekkers with altitude sickness, spinal cord injury rehabilitation and leprosy care.
Australian Cycling Academy launches at USC
11 December - The Australian Cycling Academy (ACA) has been officially launched at USC Sunshine Coast.
Celebration for 15 years of innovative success
7 December - The founder of the USC Innovation Centre’s newest member company – a 33-year-old USC student whose business supports Fly In Fly Out (FIFO) workers and their families – will be among the crowd celebrating the centre’s 15th anniversary tomorrow, Friday 8 December.
Nurse to become USC Fraser Coast’s first international graduate
7 December - An Indian nurse who travelled halfway around the world to upgrade her qualifications at USC Fraser Coast will become the first international student to graduate from the campus.
USC researcher amazed at ‘Super Coral’ reef trip
7 December - A USC academic who specialises in using drones to map physical geography over land and sea is excited by his research observations after returning from a flagship 21-day expedition, ‘GBR Legacy Search for the Super Corals’.
USC pitches in for The Salvos Christmas appeal
6 December - University of the Sunshine Coast staff have shown plenty of festive spirit by enthusiastically donating to The Salvation Army’s 2017 Christmas Appeal.
USC engineering students compete in national event
6 December - A national engineering design competition on Friday will feature three USC student projects, including a water filtration proposal that was judged the best entry from any Queensland university.
Master of Arts to improve Vanuatu livelihoods
5 December - A Vanuatu Government trade official has taken his USC Master of Arts food security research straight to the decision-makers of the South Pacific island nation.
International success for high-flying USC students
5 December - Two outstanding USC students have been recognised among the best in Australia after gaining prestigious and competitive international study scholarships from the Federal Government.
USC medallist to help shape energy future
4 December - A USC medallist plans to play a role in securing Australia’s energy future, after gaining a highly prized graduate position with the organisation responsible for the nation’s largest gas and electricity markets.