Our blog posts cover a broad range of topics. You'll find articles on internships, field work, university events, employment and also general student and community life.
How to perform at your peak in the final weeks15 Oct
Tips to get your head and habits in the right space so you can perform at your peak and achieve your goals.
Take time for your mind during QLD Mental Health Week6 Oct
Explore the small activities that you can do for some 'me time' to help build a stronger and happier you
How to embrace feedback and improve your work27 Sep
Make the most of assessment feedback and improve your marks with these simple tips from USC Learning Advisers.
Reconnect with your study goals after the break24 Sep
Feeling refreshed after the break? Finish off the semester strong and in control with these top tips!
How to make the 2032 Brisbane Games the most inclusive ever15 Sep
As the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games approaches, we have a unique opportunity to ensure we host the most inclusive and accessible Games in the world.
How to develop transferable skills that employers are looking for10 Sep
Employers are seeking graduates who can demonstrate their transferable skills - but what are these? The USC Careers and Employability team share what they are and how you can build them throughout your studies.
From darkness to light: Nathan's journey back from the edge31 Aug
Nathan Taylor is living proof when you hit your lowest point, life does get better.
How to make group work work well!25 Aug
USC Midwifery student Kristy shares her best tips for group work to make it a positive experience and achieve the results you want!
5 simple referencing tips to apply this semester20 Aug
Confused about referencing? You’re not the only one! Check out the top tips from USC Learning Advisers to make referencing easier.
Top tips for researching, by a USC Librarian16 Aug
Research like a pro with these top tips from USC Librarians.
Celebrate your own diversity during Diversity Week12 Aug
USC social work student Bailey Wemyss challenges USC students, staff and community to take stock of their biases and celebrate their own diversity during Diversity Week!
Making the most of University Life: Natalie's Story13 Jul
Making the most of University Life!
A spirit of determination2 Jul
In 2003, Aunty Judi Wickes had both arms in plaster, $250 in her pocket and a determination to put on the Sunshine Coast’s first NAIDOC event.
My experiences as a trans non-binary person12 May
It took Maddy Best a long time to find the right words to express themselves.
Keeping the spark alive in the electric vehicle industry5 May
Electric vehicles are rapidly disrupting the car industry landscape.
Local Moreton Bay Business Owner Plans for Future Success at USC Caboolture4 May
Local Moreton Bay Business Owner, David Dorigotti of Pentrigon, plans for future success.
University Medal recipient celebrates graduation and resets their life course4 May
USC student Hayley Hartland celebrates graduating.
Caboolture touch football star winning on and off the field15 Jan
Meet High-Performance USC Caboolture Student Athlete, Melia Larkin, who played for Caboolture Colts in the 2020 Queensland Touch Football State Cup taking out the Championship winning against the UQ Rebels.
Passionate about providing patient care: Tanika's Story19 Nov 2020
Meet Tanika, a USC Caboolture Graduate, who is embarking on her new nursing career.
Why I joined the Business Development Program19 Nov 2020
Angie, owner of The Coffee Patch in Caboolture, tells us why she joined the USC Caboolture Business Development Program.
Stephanie rises and shines through her degree in nursing19 Nov 2020
Hear from Stephanie, a mother of two boys, who shares their university journey and accomplishments.
USC graduates take on mo' work11 Jun 2019
When Aiman annd Mo Hamdouna moved to Australia for study, they had no idea the adventures life would take them on.
How climate change is impacting Cambodian farmers: A student insight20 Mar 2019
A group of USC Sustainability students travelled to Cambodia to research the impacts of climate change on food insecurity.
Levelling the playing field - gender inclusivity in quidditch18 Mar 2019
Quidditch – a game imagined from the Harry Potter novels that has gone on to become a widely popular sport across the globe – has always strived to for gender inclusivity, providing a safe place for males, females, and non-binary people to participate together in a competitive sport.
Five hot tips for first-year uni students18 Feb 2019
USC Laws student Emily Steckelbruck dishes out some hot tips for first-year uni students who are still finding their way around campus.
When pop culture romanticises the wrong relationships13 Feb 2019
USC Criminology and Justice lecturer Dr Lara Christensen argues that pop culture needs to stop romanticising the idea of an older woman having an affair with a young male, creating a troubling double standard that can lead to serious consequences in real life.
Singapore swing: teaching outdoor education in a crowded city11 Feb 2019
Read about how a group of USC students travelled to Singapore to learn about how outdoor education is taught in a city with little space.
Work in the cybersecurity industry8 Nov 2018
The cybersecurity industry is experiencing a serious undersupply of professionals, meaning graduates can walk into well-paying jobs shortly after they finish study.
Getting social: how to launch a social media business20 Sep 2018
Find out how USC graduate Bronte Cresswell quit a stable job to launch her dream business – a social media company that helps promote businesses she admires.
Lessons on healing from a South African village20 Aug 2018
USC Bachelor of Human Services student Dimity Shillingworth travelled to South Africa to learn about how a community heals from a history of segregation
Adventure in India29 May 2018
Uni life can take students on colourful adventures, as this group discovered.