USC Spartans put pedal to the medal at World Champs31 July 2017
Three USC Spartans swimmers who made a splash at the FINA World Championships in Hungary this week will come home with a clutch of medals and personal best times.
USC researcher is Exercise Scientist of the Year27 July 2017
A USC researcher who helps push elite athletes to their limit has been named Exercise & Sports Science Australia’s (ESSA) Accredited Exercise Scientist of the Year.
USC opens new pathways for high school students26 July 2017
USC and Maryborough State High School have signed an agreement that will open new entry pathways into the University for Year 12 students.
USC’s ‘flying scientist’ to take science to the Cape26 July 2017
A USC scientist will take her crown-of-thorns starfish research from the Sunshine Coast to Cape York after being chosen as a National Science Week ‘flying scientist’.
USC students to perform with Japan’s best dancers25 July 2017
USC Performing Arts Master student Hayley Condon is looking forward to attending an intensive training camp in Japan to learn the art of the exotic and physically demanding Butoh dance theatre.
USC fish research casts doubt on estuarine reserves25 July 2017
New USC-led research has gone beneath the surface of the Moreton Bay Marine Park, along the coastline from Pumicestone Passage to the Gold Coast, to find the preferred environments of estuarine fish species.
USC to hold annual Open Day on Sunday20 July 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast will put out the welcome mat this Sunday 23 July for its annual Open Day.
USC graduate rides wave of success with Billabong20 July 2017
A USC Business graduate has turned his passion for surfing into a high-level marketing role for one of the world’s biggest surf wear companies in California.
Chemistry to bind Mountain Creek with USC19 July 2017
An elaborate demonstration of chemistry in USC’s high-tech Cave2TM facility is expected to create some interesting reactions among the Mountain Creek State High School students attending.
USC Fraser Coast welcomes new students19 July 2017
A fun mix of social and academic activities will help more than 150 new students get acquainted with university life at USC’s Fraser Coast campus this Friday.
Orientation fun begins for new USC students17 July 2017
Almost 2,100 new students, including 450 from overseas, had their first taste of academic and social life at USC today as the University kicked off its Semester 2 Orientation Week.
USC brings world climate expert to Ocean Festival17 July 2017
USC will host a free public lecture by internationally-acclaimed scientist, explorer and conservationist Professor Tim Flannery to officially launch next month’s Hervey Bay Ocean Festival.
Tickets to see impressive sculpture available now14 July 2017
Tickets are now available to experience the Architects of Air’s world-famous Arboria luminarium – a monumental pneumatic walk-in sculpture that USC in association with Insite Arts will present to the Sunshine Coast next month.
Mateship and motivation help USC win Games gold13 July 2017
Bringing home two gold medals from last week’s Northern University Games was an “awesome” way for boxer and USC high performance student athlete Mikey Carter to celebrate the completion of his Psychology studies.
Rapid-fire research presentations pay dividends13 July 2017
A Psychology PhD student examining how learner drivers visually scan for road hazards and an Associate Professor of Aquaculture who wants to turn algae into a superfood industry won today’s two rapid-fire USC research competitions.
Open Day ideal for those still deciding what to study13 July 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast is encouraging those who are not quite sure what they’d like to study next year to make a beeline for USC’s Open Day on Sunday 23 July.
Researchers compete to win $1,000 in 1 minute12 July 2017
USC academics who have spent years investigating topics as diverse as food quality, algae, human error, antibiotic resistance and road safety will condense their work into 60-second talks to entertain the audience tomorrow, Thursday 13 July, at USC’s Research Showcase.
Nuclear science opportunity for aspiring engineer12 July 2017
A USC Mechanical Engineering Honours student has won a prestigious scholarship to see nuclear science in action at a leading Australian research facility.
Play games for serious results, says USC academic11 July 2017
Playing digital games together could motivate whole households to adopt better lifestyle choices, according to a USC Marketing academic who recently helped create an app to assist people to cut their electricity use.
Researcher stars in bite-sized road safety videos11 July 2017
A University of the Sunshine Coast researcher has joined forces with Sunshine Coast based insurance company Youi to produce a series of short online videos aimed at promoting road safety.
Exhibition celebrates spirit of the Sunshine Coast10 July 2017
An exhibition that helps mark the 50th anniversary of the naming of the Sunshine Coast and celebrates the spirit of the region will be on display at the USC Art Gallery until 19 August.
USC research event outlines hot topics in health10 July 2017
Research aimed at helping acutely ill seniors, reducing infant mortality, determining links between vitamin D and melanoma, and combating cardiovascular disease will be among 20 projects presented at USC’s Research Showcase on Wednesday 12 July.
USC stages 48-hour jam for anyone who’s game10 July 2017
Game developers will be gathering in numbers on the Sunshine Coast this weekend for a 48-hour ‘game jam’ that has been organised by USC.
Explore study options at USC Open Day6 July 2017
Degrees ranging from Animal Ecology to Sports Studies will be in the spotlight when USC Fraser Coast opens its doors to prospective students and their families this Saturday.
Plan for a productive gap year at USC Open Day6 July 2017
Year 12 students who are considering taking a break from study in 2018 can find out how to make the most of their gap year during a special session at USC’s Open Day on Sunday 23 July.
Drone research meets traditional knowledge6 July 2017
A USC researcher has been flying drones over a major river in Fiji as part of an innovative project that is combining conventional science with traditional ecological knowledge.
Indigenous culture the catalyst for USC programs5 July 2017
USC has received a NAIDOC Award for its involvement in school-based initiatives in Fraser Coast schools to promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture though language, song and dance.
Mother and daughter team up for USC study4 July 2017
Final-year USC Criminology student Paige Potts had been the only person in her family to have studied at university – that was until her mother Kirsty followed her example by enrolling at USC this year.
USC researcher helps smash science stereotypes4 July 2017
USC Senior Research Fellow Dr Celine Frere has been named one of Australia’s first “Superstars of STEM”, in a world-first campaign to appoint national role models for young women in science, technology, engineering and maths.