Does social media influence our driving behaviour

Numerous studies have indicated a relationship between social media use and perceptions/behaviour, but very few studies to date have investigated the effects of social media on driving behaviour. Our team at the Road Safety Research Collaboration Unit of the University of the Sunshine Coast are currently investigating whether exposure to driving-related content on social media […]

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Exercise to prevent the development and recurrence of some cancers: latest ideas and recommendations.

Biography – Professor David Jenkins PhD David Jenkins is Professor of Sport and Exercise Science in the School of Health and Behavioural Sciences at The University of the Sunshine Coast.  He also holds an adjunct appointment at The University of Queensland, where he worked for 30 years prior to 2020. Professor Jenkins is an exercise […]

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Postmodernism

What is postmodernism? When did we leave modernity… did we ever get there? There is so much confusion and wonder about postmodernism and Shannon will try and answer some of those questions. He will show that this seemingly enigmatic theory is a highly useful way of looking at the world. The lecture will outline some […]

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Population growth – good or bad?

  The virtual closure of Australia’s borders in response to the covid-19 pandemic has seen overseas immigration completely stopped. Some see this as a further blow to the economy while others see it is an opportunity to reset Australia’s growth-oriented population policy. This talk will examine Australia’s population dynamics and consider the consequences of both […]

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Saving Borneo’s Sun Bears

When Sarah Pye went to Borneo to see orangutans, little did she know it would lead her on a seven-year journey to help Malaysian ecologist Dr Wong Siew Te in his quest to save a very different species. The results include a global adoption program, a relationship between USC and the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation […]

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Shetland, Vietnam Interrupted and Inland

Title: Shetland Genre: Non-verbal travel documentary Running time:12 minutes Format: 2.35:1 widescreen aspect ratio; colour; stereo soundtrack Tagline: Experience the moody and often fog-shrouded Shetland Islands Synopsis: An observational documentary revealing the moody and often fog-shrouded landscapes comprising the Shetland Islands.  There’s roughly 100 islands in the Shetland group; they’re situated roughly 170km northeast of […]

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The ANZACs – Brothers in arms

The ANZACs – brothers-in-arms – What is this Australian and New Zealand alliance?  While the name is most closely associated with the World War One campaign of Gallipoli, it was also a partnership forged on the Western Front. Through the eyes of an Australian soldier we revisit the key battlefields of Gallipoli and the Western […]

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Cass1717 Plan Cul

Par le bon je sais vraiment puissant, plan cul gratuit do. Le bon jésus datant singles qui comprenaient des enfants. Bon coup, mais après 7 merveilles à chaque partie. Annonce : Salope interessée par du cul cette semaine , plan cul marseille je vous reçois tranquillement chez moi pour une rencontre sexe. Homme cherche travesti […]

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Balance Training

USC Monthly Talk – 28 August 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Associate Professor Mark Sayers Synopsis to follow About the Presenter: Dr Mark Sayers Deputy Director, High Performance Sport; Associate Professor in Sports Biomechanics PhD RMIT, MAppSci Canberra, BAppSci CCAE Dr Mark Sayers joined the University in 2005, having worked as a sports scientist since the 1980’s. He […]

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