Master of Business Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Master of Urban Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.
Master of Architecture, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Professor Gordon Scholz, AICP, is past President of the Nebraska Chapter of the American Planning Association and is the current Chair of the Community and Regional Planning Program. He also serves as Planning and Design Team Coordinator of the Nebraska Lied Main Street Program, providing design services to business owners in Main Street communities. He is director and co-author of the Nebraska Planning Handbook project, a reference resource and training tool for members of planning commissions and boards of adjustment, as well as local planning and zoning administrators, in Nebraska. Professor Scholz is a member of the city of Lincoln's Urban Design Committee.
Areas of Interest
Professor Scholz's teaching responsibilities include Introduction to Planning, Planning and Design in the Built Environment, Historic Preservation, and Land Development: Actors and Factors in the Process.