High achiever aims for career in nutrition31 January 2017
An OP2 student from Gympie with an interest in the science of food and diet-related diseases will begin a degree in Nutrition at USC.
Barman has thirst for academic success at USC31 January 2017
After almost 30 years working in hospitality, including roles at prestigious international hotels and world-famous events, Hervey Bay’s Peter Soares is soaking up the mental challenges of tertiary study as he completes a Commerce degree at USC.
USC students off to Laos to build bridges for bears31 January 2017
USC Engineering students will be designing bridges and shelters with a difference this semester – the structures will be built specially for cute, cuddly sun bears.
One year milestone for USC Fraser Coast31 January 2017
The doubling of enrolments within 12 months has given USC Fraser Coast plenty of reason to celebrate as the University marks its first year in the region on Wednesday 1 February.
Graduate’s new beat in Jakarta newsroom30 January 2017
A USC graduate is helping to break stories for a major online newspaper in the Indonesian megacity of Jakarta.
USC student and Innovation Centre receive Australia Day honours25 January 2017
For USC student Jak Hardy, being named the Sunshine Coast’s Young Citizen of the Year isn’t just an award – it’s an opportunity.
Passion for pandanus drives Fraser Island project24 January 2017
A University of the Sunshine Coast student is taking on a damaging pest that is threatening the biodiversity of Fraser Island.
Testicular cancer incidence lowers near Equator23 January 2017
Research led by University of the Sunshine Coast Professor Michael Kimlin has found the incidence of a type of testicular cancer in Australian and American men is linked to how far they live away from the Equator.
Kelly leaves life at sea to study nursing20 January 2017
After more than 20 years in the armed forces, a former Petty Officer Boatswain’s Mate has swapped the decks of a navy ship for the nursing labs of USC.
Graduate steps into the breach with Whale One job19 January 2017
A USC graduate is helping people get up close and personal with the giants of the ocean in her job at Whale One cruises at Mooloolaba.
Science student contests Sydney to Hobart race18 January 2017
For USC student and yachtsman David Turton, science and the sea go hand in hand.
Isabella aims to rock the events industry17 January 2017
A USC student from Brisbane has set herself an ambitious career goal to deliver some of the biggest rock music festivals in Australia when she graduates.
Record number of applicants receive offers16 January 2017
USC is continuing to expand rapidly, with a record number of people receiving offers to begin degrees at the University in Semester 1.
USC Fraser Coast doubles its offers to students16 January 2017
The number of first-time students at USC Fraser Coast is likely to more than double this year with 250 people receiving offers to begin study programs at the campus in Semester 1.
Student offers grow at USC Gympie16 January 2017
Local interest in studying at USC Gympie continues to grow, with the number of people receiving offers to begin degrees at the campus rising by 33 percent within a year.
Year 12 students skill up with Study Masterclasses13 January 2017
More than 70 switched-on Year 12 students from across the region will take part in Study Skills Masterclasses at USC next week to learn how to study smarter rather than harder.
Wales making a splash at USC swimming pool12 January 2017
The Welsh national swimming team has set up camp at the USC pool at Sippy Downs to become familiar with the venue it will call home ahead of next year’s Commonwealth Games.
Art and science combine in unique island project11 January 2017
Science is fusing with art in a collaboration between USC and regional artists to display the outstanding beauty and ecology of World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.
Futuristic lab to excite young Gympie minds10 January 2017
A ‘Lab of Awesome’ filled with artificial intelligence robots, virtual reality games and augmented reality tools will give 60 Gympie youths an insight into careers of the future.
Drone mapping first for USC science students10 January 2017
Imagery from flying drones will be used in USC’s Environmental Science degree this year as students learn the latest methods of mapping the physical geography of the local area, from underwater seagrass banks to farmland.
Renowned author to teach USC students5 January 2017
Internationally-renowned author and educator Shelley Davidow will this year guide USC students aspiring to be professional writers or Steiner Education teachers.
Prospective students invited to Meet USC5 January 2017
USC will provide a special information event on Tuesday 17 January for all those thinking about studying at the University’s Sippy Downs campus in 2017.
Mum to graduate 26 years later – alongside son4 January 2017
A Sandgate mother of seven who left university 26 years ago during her first pregnancy will soon graduate alongside her eldest child at USC Sunshine Coast.