Published: Robert Lang, Jaewon Lim, Karen Danielsen

Robert Lang (Brookings Mountain West & The Lincy Institute), Jaewon Lim, and Karen Danielsen (both School of Public Policy and Leadership) recently had a piece published in the International Journal of Urban Sciences. Their article "The origin, evolution, and application of the megapolitan area concept," explores the origins and evolution of the megapolitan and megaregional concepts, and looks at future research on megapolitan areas facing growing connectivity beyond commuters and logistics exchanges.

People in the News

Portrait of Dr. Daniel Diaz wearing blue scrubs. Diaz is playing a key role in day-to-day operations at UNLV Medicine's COVID-19 curbside test operation
People | June 1, 2020
A spate of childhood sports injuries first led Diaz to medical school and now to a sports medicine fellowship at UNLV.
UNLV student with engineering building in background
People | May 28, 2020
Engineer’s research on improved flood control for Las Vegas led to a flood of research publications and a bright future.
portrait of woman
People | May 28, 2020
Professor Elena Gandía García created a service-learning class to address the need for medical interpretation services for the Lied Pediatric Clinic and served as a mentor to colleagues.