USC medal for makeup artist with psychology degree31 May 2017
A professional makeup artist who became fascinated by the psychology of customer care and business management has received a University Medal from USC for outstanding academic results in her Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology).
USC lecturer co-edits new guide for therapists30 May 2017
Animal-assisted therapy, circus activities and even magic tricks are among the innovative occupational therapy (OT) techniques outlined in a new book co-edited by a USC academic
Students learn the science of wildlife photography30 May 2017
USC has recognised the importance of photography in scientific research by introducing an innovative course that teaches Animal Ecology students how to capture images of wildlife.
Early USC graduate building Habitats for Humanity29 May 2017
One of USC’s earliest graduates has built a 13-year career helping people across the Asia-Pacific recover from some of region’s most destructive natural disasters.
Siblings to combine nutrition and fitness in online business26 May 2017
Siblings Andrew and Katelin Shipp of Whiteside are shaping up to launch their own online business after graduating together with Bachelors of Nutrition from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC awards prizes to top Gympie students25 May 2017
Three students from the Gympie region have gained USC awards at a ceremony that celebrates the University’s outstanding performers in arts, business and law.
Call for nominations of outstanding USC alumni25 May 2017
USC is seeking nominations from the community for its annual Outstanding Alumni of the Year Awards.
USC athletes give school students ‘sport for thought’25 May 2017
Emerging triathlete and USC high performance student athlete Hamilton Andrews knows first-hand the power of sport to motivate students to academic success.
Mother of two awarded University Medal25 May 2017
A mother of two who enrolled in a Nursing Science degree at USC after a long career in retail has graduated with flying colours and received a University Medal for academic excellence.
Teacher makes history as inaugural award winner24 May 2017
A creative approach to immersing her students in history has earned Riverside Christian College teacher Michelle Gault the title of inaugural USC Fraser Coast Educator of the Year.
Accountant has multiple reasons to celebrate24 May 2017
A Sippy Downs woman has been rewarded with a prestigious University Medal for achieving outstanding academic results in a degree she started 16 years after finishing high school.
USC student named in national U19 netball squad24 May 2017
USC Occupational Therapy student Annabella Sorby has scored a place in the Australian Under 19 netball squad after a stunning performance at the recent National Netball Championships in Canberra.
OP1 student receives $32,000 USC scholarship24 May 2017
An OP1 student from Sippy Downs is a step closer to her dream of working in humanitarian aid after receiving a $32,000 scholarship to study Nursing and Midwifery at USC.
USC awards $32,000 scholarship to Kawana dux23 May 2017
OP1 student and volunteer surf lifesaver Madeline Moss has received a $32,000 financial boost to her studies at USC after being awarded a Thompson Excellence Scholarship.
Samara uses Headstart to lead Bali library project22 May 2017
A high school student studying Indonesian at USC has used her language skills to help lead a $20,000 initiative to provide a rural village in Bali with a library.
Dyslexia is no barrier for USC Masters student19 May 2017
Oncology nurse and USC student Tess Beane refuses to let the challenges of moderate to severe dyslexia slow her quest for life-long learning.
Students to shine at USC faculty awards event18 May 2017
USC will join with industry sponsors in recognising the best and brightest business, arts and law students at its annual awards and prizes ceremony tomorrow night
USC research offers sniff of success over ‘snail fever’17 May 2017
A five-member genetic research team from the University of the Sunshine Coast is part of an international collaboration that has identified the complete DNA set of a freshwater snail notorious for transmitting a deadly parasitic disease to people in developing nations.
USC launches new Master of Teaching17 May 2017
USC will introduce a Master of Teaching (Secondary) in Semester 2 this year that will give aspiring teachers the opportunity to be qualified in time for the 2019 school year.
Business expert is USC’s new Deputy Chancellor16 May 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Deputy Chancellor is award-winning small business operator and philanthropist Scott Williams AM, of Noosa.
USC medallist begins work as a paramedic16 May 2017
A decision to enrol with his wife in a university pathway course at USC has taken Brisbane’s Fraser Bliesner from part-time work and travel to a career as a paramedic.
USC graduate returns home to teach in Nanango15 May 2017
Former Nanango State High School vice-captain Nathan Trace is back at his old school as a science and physical education teacher after recently graduating from USC.
USC Law lecture to tackle costs of climate change15 May 2017
The far-reaching economic consequences of climate change will be debated at a free public seminar to be hosted by the USC Law School on Monday, 22 May from 5.30pm.
Free USC health checks for Indigenous children12 May 2017
Up to 30 Nursing Science and Midwifery students and academics from USC will help lead a free day of health and wellbeing checks for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families in Gympie tomorrow
Aspiring orators to gather for Debating Expo at USC10 May 2017
Developing disarming discourse and creating robust rebuttals will be high on the agenda for those attending a Sunshine Coast Schools Debating Expo at USC on Thursday 18 May.
New PhD students to receive Rotary scholarships9 May 2017
Three USC researchers studying consumer services, koala conservation and bee resin will tomorrow receive the annual 2017 Rotary Postgraduate Scholarships.
USC gains loan for Moreton Bay campus9 May 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s plans to build a campus in the Moreton Bay region have received a major boost with the Federal Government offering USC a concessional loan for the project.
Burpengary graduate to work as QAS Emergency Medical Dispatcher8 May 2017
Burpengary 23-year-old Gypsy Nelson has been offered a position with the Queensland Ambulance Service after graduating from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Learner drivers needed for road safety research7 May 2017
More volunteers are needed for USC research that aims to better understand how the driving behaviours of young motorists change when they progress from having L-plates to P-plates.
Contemporary photography on show at USC5 May 2017
A striking exhibition of digital photography, called How the light gets in: Contemporary photographic practice, will open at the USC Art Gallery at 6.30pm on Thursday 11 May.
Science students step up to USC challenge5 May 2017
Clever young science minds from across the Fraser Coast have been put to the test at the Science and Engineering Challenge, hosted by USC and the Queensland STEM Education Network (QSEN).
Bundaberg graduate inherits love of numbers5 May 2017
Accounting is adding up to a rewarding career choice for USC graduate Kirstyn O’Brien from Bundaberg, who has followed her mother into the world of finance.
Team Scotland to inspect USC sports precinct5 May 2017
Dozens of officials from Scotland’s Commonwealth Games team will on Monday inspect the sporting facilities at the University of the Sunshine Coast, where the team will be based ahead of next year’s Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Explore mid-year study options at Meet USC4 May 2017
Now is the ideal time to make mid-year career and study resolutions.
USC student turns assignment into book launch4 May 2017
A USC doctoral student who fondly recalls meeting her favourite authors when she was a schoolgirl visiting the Sippy Downs campus for annual Voices on the Coast literature festivals will launch her first published book on the same campus tomorrow, Friday 5 May.
Coach’s research uncovers elite football factors4 May 2017
A research project by USC academic and Kawana Football Club Premier League coach Scott McLean has helped determine which factors make an elite football side elite.
USC student and mother of eight relishes busy life3 May 2017
There is a simple secret to juggling full-time university with the demands of a new baby, seven other children and a family business, according to USC Gympie student Antonija Monckton.
USC performers to shine in Anywhere Festival3 May 2017
Dozens of USC students, staff and graduates are set to take performance to the people across the Sunshine Coast when the Anywhere Theatre Festival begins tomorrow, Thursday 4 May.
Former flight attendant soars into dietetics role3 May 2017
A former flight attendant has glided gracefully into a new career as a dietitian at one of Brisbane’s busiest hospitals after completing a degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC research uncovers velocity-activated footpads3 May 2017
A University of the Sunshine Coast researcher has helped uncover the secret behind the explosive leaping ability of leafhopper insects – a discovery that could help create better technology in the future.
Students engineer solutions for remote villages2 May 2017
Two USC Mechanical Engineering students have travelled to remote villages in Nepal and India to see how ‘simple’ engineering solutions can make a powerful difference to those living in developing communities.
New USC clinical trial for asthma sufferers1 May 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast’s Clinical Trials Centre is about to start testing the effectiveness and safety of a potential new triple therapy medicine to better manage and treat asthma.
Six Spartans qualify for world championships1 May 2017
Six USC Spartans swimmers have qualified for the 2017 world championships after strong performances at the recent Australian titles in Brisbane.