Aiming high brings rewards for Gympie students
28 March - They were among Queensland’s top students in Year 12 last year and now three Gympie teenagers have been rewarded for their efforts by the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Award success for Fraser Coast high achievers
27 March - Some of the Fraser Coast’s best and brightest students will be rewarded for their efforts by the University of the Sunshine Coast.
USC scholarship gives Teddi incentive to soar
27 March - A major USC scholarship is helping Teddi Barker ease into making the jump from her small beachside community near Bundaberg to university on the Sunshine Coast.
Golden orbs spinning key to new synthetics
27 March - The common Australian golden orb spider may be spinning the key to new super-tough synthetic materials and surgical products, USC researchers have found.
‘Cinderella disease’ poses real heart disease threat
25 March - Many ageing Australians are suffering a painful leg affliction dubbed the ‘Cinderella disease’ due to it being the forgotten member of the top three serious cardiovascular diseases.
June Canavan scholarship helps Chloe chase OT career
23 March - Hervey Bay’s Chloe Amarandos has been awarded a special USC scholarship that encourages women with leadership potential from the Fraser Coast and Gympie regions to study sport or health science.
Clinical trial of potential vaccine for coeliac disease
22 March - USC’s Clinical Trials Centre will launch a clinical trial of a new vaccine on 23 March that aims to improve the lives of those with coeliac disease by ‘switching off’ the immune response to gluten.
Boost for aspiring doctor from Central Australia
22 March - A USC scholarship for high-achieving students from remote and regional areas has helped aspiring doctor Kai Simpson, 18, relocate from Central Australia to the Sunshine Coast to study.
Kerri's keen interest in tourism brings rewards
21 March - USC student Kerri Hetherington’s outstanding academic results and drive for tourism have earned her an inaugural bursary designed to develop the next generation of tourism leaders in the Fraser Coast.
Top Caloundra student can count on scholarship
21 March - A Caloundra student with a head for numbers and an interest in humanitarian aid work has earned a prestigious $15,000 scholarship from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Paramedic changes career to stop accidents before they happen
20 March - Former paramedic Peter Moore believes he has treated far too many injuries that could have been prevented. That is why he decided to study a Bachelor of Health Science (Applied Environmental Health) at the University of the Sunshine Coast, which he completed at the end of 2017.
Scholarship adds to Quinn’s mighty success list
19 March - The accolades keeping rolling in for Gympie’s Young Citizen of the Year Quinn Edwards who has been awarded one of USC’s most prestigious scholarships for first-year students.
Fraser Coast’s marine life excites acclaimed biologist
19 March - A marine biologist leading ground-breaking global research into how sea turtles are affected by ingested marine debris and other pollutants has brought her expertise to USC Fraser Coast.
Record numbers tipped for Indigenous health check day
15 March - USC is preparing to host the biggest health and wellbeing day for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families ever held on the Sunshine Coast.
Celebrity chef provides guest lecture for USC class
15 March - My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge served up a special guest lecture for students of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Food, Nutrition and Menu Design subject.
Influence of comic strips to feature in exhibition bound for USC
15 March - The opening of USC Art Gallery’s next exhibition on Saturday 24 March looks set to be a very colourful affair, with guests encouraged to dress as their favourite comic strip characters.
USC hosts Close the Gap Day event
14 March - USC will host a Close the Gap Day event at its Sunshine Coast campus at Sippy Downs as part of a call for action to address disadvantage facing Indigenous Australians.
USC appoints new Deputy Vice-Chancellor
14 March - The University of the Sunshine Coast has appointed Professor Tim Wess as its first Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic).
USC offers university advice to school parents
13 March - Help is at hand for parents and students navigating pathways to university and wanting to get a head start on a degree.
USC student rated one of the best in Australia
13 March - A USC student from China who produced a video aimed at inspiring others to pursue their dreams has been named as one of Australia’s top students.
USC graduates get scoop on Channel 7 news jobs
12 March - Tight deadlines, celebrity interviews and breaking news are all part of a day’s work for three new USC Journalism graduates who have gained prime positions with the Seven Network.
USC scholarship success for Maryborough dux
8 March - An aspiring biomedical scientist and OP1 student from Maryborough has been awarded a prestigious University of the Sunshine Coast scholarship.
Overseas trip a hit with USC nursing students
8 March - USC Nursing Science student Devi Dobe knew she would never be making a long-lasting impact on a patient she was caring for in a remote Indonesian village outside Yogyakarta.
Aspiring embryologist gains major scholarship
8 March - An OP1 student who wants to pursue a career in embryology to help bring “little miracles into the world” has received a prestigious USC Thompson Excellence Scholarship.
Caloundra medical student gains scholarship boost
8 March - Olivia McCluskey, 18, of Caloundra this week received a strong boost to her ambition of becoming a doctor in the form of a prestigious scholarship from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Major scholarship for Aroona medical student
8 March - Kawana Waters State College’s 2017 dux and aspiring orthopaedic surgeon Carlos Bray has earned a prestigious scholarship from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
The Joneses make it a family affair at USC
7 March - Gympie’s Isaac Jones felt right at home when he started studying Psychology at USC last week – his mother and father were beside him attending the same lectures.
Law Students’ Association to host legal careers fair
6 March - The opportunities for USC Law students to gain clerkships and future employment will be showcased tomorrow (Wednesday 7 March) at a special legal careers fair on campus at Sippy Downs.
Dads need to be heard on co-parenting conflict
5 March - Dads in conflict over the care of their children are encouraged to take part in USC research to help create a better understanding of the support they need as parents.
Nine Spartans selected for Commonwealth Games
5 March - Nine USC Spartans have gained selection in the 70-strong Australian swimming team for the Commonwealth Games that will start next month on the Gold Coast.