Jason Scavone

Communications Specialist

Articles by Jason Scavone

Men and women pore over a supercomputer
Research | April 15, 2019
UNLV's Cherry Creek Supercomputer, Already a Research Powerhouse, Poised to Become a Revenue Source Too.
A scientist recoils from The Machine. (Illustration by Chris Jones)
Research | April 15, 2019
Professor Clemens Heske's pride and joy is unique worldwide in its ability to study surface chemistry.
A woman reacting to the CFA Garden.
Arts and Culture | April 13, 2019
Massive public art installations like The Flashlight and the CFA Garden show that public art comes in all shapes and sizes — including "huge."
A woman in a white dress and white boots rides an elephant festooned with a tiara and UNLV-emblazoned blanket.
UNLV History | April 9, 2019
In 1971, Homecoming met the circus.
A sign shows an entranceway for UNLV Police Services
Campus News | March 25, 2019
Maryland Parkway to undergo major renovation, while Police Services is the first UNLV unit to move to University Gateway, with more on their way.
Ryan Livermore stands in a Topgolf hitting bay
People | February 21, 2019
Professional Golf Management alumnus Ryan Livermore found the perfect balance of golf and hospitality at Topgolf.
Samuel Masters uses a length of rope to measure out a distance on artificial grass.
Athletics | February 21, 2019
With the cutting-edge tech of its biomechanics lab, UNLV's PGA Golf Management program is harvesting vital data for golf research.
Rick Agrellas shines the Fremont Cannon
Campus News | January 25, 2019
When the Rebels reclaimed the Fremont Cannon in November, that was just the start of it. Now that UNLV's paint crew has had their turn, the cannon is ready to come out and play again.
Evan Pantels kicks a football as Mallory Pool holds it.
Athletics | December 13, 2018
UNLV kicker Evan Pantels lands the first gig of his career thanks to UNLV Athletics' Rebels Go Pro program.