Event honours new USC Gympie graduates10 October 2017
New USC Gympie graduates have shared advice and encouragement with current students when they returned to the campus for a special recognition ceremony yesterday.
New USC clinical trial for rapid test for Strep30 June 2017
The USC Clinical Trials Centre is working with Eclipse Medical at Maroochydore to assess the use of a new device for the rapid detection of a bacteria that commonly causes sore throats in children.
Careers of the future in spotlight at USC Open Day30 June 2017
Careers that are likely to be in demand in the years ahead will be discussed in detail at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s annual Open Day on Sunday 23 July.
USC Open Day helps students get first year right30 June 2017
Getting the first year of university off to the right start is something former beer sales executive Ryan McMahon and recent school leaver Bronson Aukaha know all about.
Banjo player shows plenty of pluck as playwright29 June 2017
A banjo teacher from Nambour is celebrating her decision to enrol in a USC Arts degree after her first public offering as a playwright received a special mention in a Noosa Arts Theatre competition.
USC sends 144 athletes to Northern Uni Games29 June 2017
A large contingent of student athletes from the University of the Sunshine Coast will head to Rockhampton and Yeppoon this weekend for the annual Northern University Games from 2-6 July.
Student bowled over by national coaching role27 June 2017
A USC Sport and Exercise Science student is now helping a national team take on the “Old Enemy” after being appointed to the coaching staff of the Australian Cricket team for players with an intellectual disability.
USC supporters named philanthropists of the year26 June 2017
Roy and Nola Thompson were named the Queensland Higher Education philanthropists of 2017 at the recent Queensland Community Foundation’s philanthropy awards in Brisbane.
New degrees to be introduced at USC Fraser Coast26 June 2017
USC will offer first-year subjects in Environmental Science and Secondary Education through its Fraser Coast campus from the start of next year.
Lisa rides to study and scholarship success at USC23 June 2017
Competing in some of Australia’s toughest endurance horse rides has taught USC Nursing Science student Lisa Loranger all about facing challenges and chasing goals.
Business future looks bright for USC student Rebel22 June 2017
Accounting student Rebel Beckett, 27, has gone from strength to strength after enrolling in a tertiary bridging course at the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2014.
USC study aims to lessen risk for drivers with autism21 June 2017
Innovative USC research into young drivers with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will examine the learners’ licensing experiences, with the goal of minimising any extra road safety risk.
Bushfires threaten frogs’ future: USC academic21 June 2017
Bushfires should be added to the list of long-term threats facing Australia’s frog species, according to a USC researcher involved in a seven-year study of the frogs’ ecological and genetic diversity.
USC study finds gaps in inclusive tourism20 June 2017
USC research into accessible tourism has found that businesses could be missing out by not catering for the emerging market of travellers with disabilities.
USC Law students earn offers from top-tier firms19 June 2017
USC Law students have been impressing the bigwigs of major law firms in Brisbane, with a host of students securing legal clerkships in recent months.
USC congratulates Lightning on grand final win18 June 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast has congratulated its champion netball team, Sunshine Coast Lightning, on a resounding victory in the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball grand final last night (Saturday 17 June).
Monumental sculpture set to delight at USC15 June 2017
USC in association with Insite Arts will soon present Architects of Air’s Arboria luminarium – a monumental pneumatic walk-in sculpture dedicated to the theme of ‘trees’ and designed to generate a sense of wonder at the beauty of light and colour.
QUT and USC agree on Caboolture campus transition15 June 2017
The governing councils of QUT and the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) have agreed to move towards a transfer of QUT’s Caboolture campus to USC from 1 January 2018.
Onyongo relates to refugees during UN internship14 June 2017
A USC student who came to Australia 14 years ago after fleeing civil war in Ethiopia has helped other refugees find safe havens while doing an internship with a United Nations agency in Malaysia.
High schoolers try tricky high-tech tasks at USC13 June 2017
Instead of downtime after school, 12 high-achieving young students have opted for weekly classes in computer coding and circuitry challenges at USC’s Fraser Coast campus.
Yellow highlights USC’s support for Lightning13 June 2017
The University of the Sunshine Coast will provide a bright show of support for the USC-based Sunshine Coast Lightning ahead of the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball grand final on Saturday 17 June.
USC graduate works in TV travel shows12 June 2017
USC Business graduate Addie Fenech’s job as a production assistant for some of Queensland’s most popular television travel shows is so much fun, it does not feel like work
Amanda earns early start to advertising career8 June 2017
USC Design and Communication student Amanda Bear, 25, of Mount Coolum has gained employment with a national advertising agency even before completing her degree.
USC Dietetics graduate is full of farm fresh ideas8 June 2017
He might be fresh out of university but that hasn’t stopped USC Nutrition and Dietetics graduate Nicholas Zaccardi from planning big as he sets up his own practice in Gympie
Academic wins national grant to fight sheep disease8 June 2017
A University of the Sunshine Coast molecular microbiologist known for his work in preventing chlamydial infections in koalas has won a prestigious national research grant to examine the bacterium in sheep.
USC welcomes State Govt funding for innovation7 June 2017
A Queensland Government initiative to encourage a cooperative approach to foster innovation across the Sunshine Coast has been warmly welcomed by USC’s Innovation Centre CEO Mark Paddenburg.
USC research targets antibiotic-resistant infections7 June 2017
A new USC researcher is using a 2017 Advance Queensland Fellowship to develop a cheaper, faster way of diagnosing antibiotic resistance in patients, particularly those with chronic lung infections.
Brain training boosts attention and mood of seniors6 June 2017
Preliminary findings from one of the first mental health research projects started at USC’s Thompson Institute has found that brain training can improve both attention and mood in older adults.
ARC awards $900,000 fellowship to USC scientist6 June 2017
A University of the Sunshine Coast conservation scientist who is assessing the impact of lianas (woody vines) on forest health and value has been granted a $900,000 Future Fellowship from the Australian Research Council (ARC).
High school students to explore career options5 June 2017
About 150 Year 9 and 10 students from across the Fraser Coast will experience an early taste of university life and join in interactive career activities at USC Fraser Coast tomorrow.
Bursaries help students experience rural nursing5 June 2017
Seven USC Nursing Science students have been awarded annual bursaries to help them experience the challenges and rewards of nursing in rural towns and remote communities.
USC Spartans prepare for World Champs campaign1 June 2017
Three USC Spartans swimmers are completing their last home training sessions before they fly to Europe to prepare for the FINA World Swimming Championships in Hungary.