Gina Chorover

Lecturer in Planning and Landscape Architecture

Chair, Heritage Conservation Certificate Program

Heritage Conservation
Landscape Architecture
Real Estate Development
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning
Urban Planning
Gina Chorover


Areas of Expertise

  • Historic preservation documentation programs
  • Cultural and historic landscapes
  • History and sociology of public space
  • Cities and placemaking

Gina Chorover MS, MLA, AICP is a lecturer in the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, and program director for the Heritage Conservation Graduate Certificate. She teaches Parks and Urban Public Spaces (LAR 350), Site Analysis (PLG 444/544), Interpretation and Documentation of the Historic Built Environment (LAR 497j,597j) and Placemaking and Urban Form (RED  421/521).

Gina was the Arizona Historic American Landscapes coordinator for 6 years and has produced a dozen reports for the National Park Service on historic landscapes. She is currently working on a historic landscape analysis for San Xavier Mission.

She 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 UA.  Gina holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree, a Certificate in Heritage Conservation, and a Master of Science in Business Administration.