Planning Degree Program
Gina Chorover, MS, MLA, is an assistant lecturer in the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, and Coordinator for the Heritage Conservation Graduate Certificate Program. She currently teaches Planning Theory and Practice (PLG 501a), Site Analysis for Planners (PLG 515), and Interpretation and Documentation of the Historic Built Environment (LAR 597j).
In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Ms. Chorover coordinates the Heritage Conservation Graduate Certificate Program and serves as the Program Chair for the M.S. Architecture Heritage Conservation degree. She is the Historic American Landscapes Survey liaison for the Arizona chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Ms. Chorover previously worked as a professional planner for the City of Tucson and Pima County, and coordinated the Master of Real Estate Development program at the U of A. Ms. Chorover holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree, a Certificate in Heritage Conservation, and a Master of Science in Business Administration.