Tony Allen

Director of Media Relations

Tony Allen writes about and connects journalists to UNLV experts in the following areas:

  • College of Sciences
  • Administrative/Presidential Requests
  • Public Lands Institute
  • Brookings Mountain West and Lincy Institute
  • Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach (liaison)

Subject Areas:

  • Sustainability/Environment
  • Research and Graduate Studies
  • UNLV Budget Inquiries
  • UNLVNow

Articles by Tony Allen

Portrait of Sally Miller
Research | November 1, 2009
Increasing the number of graduates is still a priority, but UNLV’s School of Nursing also seeks to build its research and enhance understanding of the endeavor.
David Wong holding quagga mussels
Research | October 29, 2009
Tiny quagga mussels are clogging water pipelines, attaching to boats and lake structures, and causing big problems at Lake Mead.
Research | July 22, 2009
Contrary to what you may think, stretching before you play or work out could actually reduce your athletic performance. Find out why.
portrait of Brendan O'Toole
Research | November 1, 2008
Engineering professor Brendan O’Toole and his team are driven to find ways to protect soldiers through the innovative use of research and technology.
Research | November 1, 2008
Designed to encourage faculty collaboration and acquisition of external grant funding, the President’s Research Award has also sparked intriguing research projects on subjects ranging from nanotechnology to volcanoes.
UNLV saxophone player
Research | November 1, 2006
UNLV has dominated the Regents’ Creative Activities Awards, drawing attention to the varied artistic talents found in several disciplines on campus.
Research | November 1, 2006
UNLV professor Bo Bernhard is counting on research to help in the prevention and treatment of problem gambling in Southern Nevada and beyond
Clemens Heske
Research | November 1, 2006
Hydrogen may be the fuel of the future, but myriad research challenges must be addressed before its potential is realized. UNLV science and engineering faculty are leading the effort to harness the power of nature’s most abundant element