Saving reclusive sun bears the topic of tavern talk27 June
The world’s smallest bear will be the topic of the upcoming Lounge Bar Lecture at Buderim Tavern on Wednesday 3 July from 6pm to 7.30pm.
Scholarship helps Michelle with late start to university27 June
A 49-year-old disability support worker who began university with her daughter is among several USC Fraser Coast students discovering the difference a scholarship can make.
USC graduate scores job at Lightning27 June
USC Arts graduate Mykel Smith has scored a prime role as the newest recruit for Sunshine Coast Lightning.
USC to hold Open Day on Sunday 21 July27 June
USC will throw open the doors of its main campus at Sippy Downs for its annual Open Day on Sunday 21 July.
Study finds frustrated coaches want to be heard26 June
Rugby union coaches in rural and regional areas may feel isolated and disenfranchised from their sport's governing bodies, according to new research by a USC sports academic.
Education the best investment, says Noosa philanthropist25 June
Noosa’s Scott Williams believes education offers a “lifetime return on investment”, which has led to him donating to universities - including USC – for more than 20 years.
USC sparks love for two international students25 June
A student who moved from Jordan to study at USC graduated with more than just a degree – he found the love of his life.
Leonie‘s lyrics to add musical message at USC Open Day21 June
Emerging indie artist Leonie Kingdom will be right at home when she performs during Open Day at USC’s Fraser Coast campus this Sunday.
USC team bound for Indigenous Nationals21 June
Eleven students and two staff members will represent USC at the 2019 Indigenous Nationals competition in Perth..
New USC graduate realises career dream at law firm20 June
When Sarah Coombs discovered Legal Studies in Year 10 at Morayfield State High School, she knew that, one day, she would become a lawyer.
Students discover difference scholarships can make19 June
Nineteen deserving students from USC’s Fraser Coast campus have earned a financial boost to help them to achieve their full potential.
Alec digging new role as Information Technology developer19 June
Alec Frawley always dreamt of becoming a palaeontologist but an elective information technology subject in Grade 10 at Maroochydore State High School took him on a different type of adventure.
Aberrant postures may be causing bone growth in young adults' skulls17 June
Health researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast say the over-use of hand-held technologies has led to an increase in young people developing a bone growth at the back of the skull.
Free course helps Sunshine Coast adults take first steps to uni13 June
A free USC course is offering Sunshine Coast adults the chance to upgrade their academic skills, get a taste of university life and even start planning for a new career.
Free Gympie course helps adults take first steps to university13 June
A free USC course is offering adults in the Gympie region the chance to upgrade their academic skills, get a taste of university life and even start planning for a new career.
Aspiring lawyers bring best arguments to mock trial12 June
Six Legal Studies students from two local high schools showed exceptional confidence and communication skills in USC’s simulated courtroom this week (10 June) at the grand final of the annual Sunshine Coast Schools Mooting Competition.
Changing the way children think about careers12 June
Focusing on careers in primary school might seem early, however more than 450 Sunshine Coast students will soon discover it is the perfect time to explore their future job options.
Academic targets deal a double blow to teachers12 June
Teachers in Australia are working hard to balance academic achievement targets with declining student wellbeing, a new study from the University of the Sunshine Coast has found.
Coast to host global food marketing symposium11 June
Top food marketing academics from around the world will use an event at USC on the Sunshine Coast as an opportunity to sample some of the tastiest local fare.
Degree brings dream career for stay-at-home mum11 June
After what she calls a 20-year gap year to raise a family, new USC Accounting graduate Belinda Hall finally has the career she has always wanted.
Crime-fighting graduate wins national business award10 June
A USC double graduate fighting major federal crimes such as people smuggling, cyber attacks and child exploitation has won a national business women’s award.
USC names winners of high school contests10 June
Things are certainly looking up for teams of students from Genesis Christian College and Narangba Valley State High School after they triumphed in USC Caboolture’s annual film and business competitions recently.
Game time for Gympie’s future designers7 June
USC’s Gympie campus will host a free two-day bootcamp for aspiring game designers on 22-23 June.
USC launches sexual violence prevention research unit7 June
A new unit at the University of the Sunshine Coast that is bringing together global research to help prevent sexual violence will be officially launched on Monday 10 June.
Uni life and career options in spotlight at Open Day6 June
Fraser Coast residents considering higher education as their next step have the chance to hear from others who have taken many different paths to university – and are now making their career dreams a reality.
Nursing students provide health pitstop6 June
More than a dozen USC Nursing Science students will support the Australian Men’s Shed Association ‘Spanner In The Works’ campaign by carrying out free health screening checks for local blokes as part of Men’s Health Week (10–16 June).
USC research boost thanks to local Rotarians6 June
Three talented USC postgraduate students have been given a financial boost thanks to the Rotary University of the Sunshine Coast Community Fund.
Tengfei’s keen to build strength in Aussie timber research6 June
A Chinese research student has chosen USC as his top pick over research institutions around the world to undertake his Doctor of Philosophy in Wood Processing, based at the National Centre for Timber Durability and Design Life.
Gift of the gab offers insight into ancient climate change6 June
USC Professor of Geography Patrick Nunn will reveal his new research on ancient stories that offer an insight in to how humans responded to rising sea levels more than 7,000 years ago – and what we can learn from this in 2019 – as part of the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland’s public lecture series.
Event brings together USC students and employers5 June
Students gearing up to graduate this year from two of USC’s most popular degrees have gained vital job information direct from some of the biggest employers in their industry.
Students to install sea bin for cleaner ocean5 June
They are cleaning up Fraser Coast beaches and now a group of USC students want to do the same for the ocean with a plan to use a large floating rubbish bin to remove tonnes of marine litter – including tiny, harmful plastics.
Recovery pool shaping up for elite athletes and community5 June
The latest addition to USC’s impressive sports precinct – a six-lane, 25m recovery and rehabilitation pool – is starting to take shape.
Electric cars plug in at USC as solar project enters final stage4 June
New car park covers have been fitted with hundreds of solar panels that are almost ready to be switched on at the University of the Sunshine Coast Sippy Downs campus.
2,000 teens on campus to try out future jobs4 June
Almost 2,000 Year 10 students will experiment with future careers at USC Sunshine Coast this week, from bandaging ‘patients’ and designing computer games to building spectrometers and testing sweet and sour senses.
Snowflakes on eyelashes for students on Arctic trip4 June
USC student Kristin Emanuelsen isn’t batting an eyelid at the Sunshine Coast’s start to winter after spending two months in temperatures more than 30 degrees below zero in Canada.
Free course helps adults take first steps to university3 June
A free USC course is offering adults in the Caboolture region the chance to upgrade their academic skills, get a taste of university life and even start planning for a new career.