Dr. Michael Fox has been working in the field of university-community relations, post-secondary teaching, research, and administration for over 40 years. Michael holds an undergraduate honours degree and Master’s degree in housing and urban development from Western University and an education degree and PhD in geography and education from McGill University. His teaching and research have focused on campus-community relations, community planning, and municipal affairs, including a wide range of consultation work on municipal strategic planning processes, town and gown relations committee work, housing issues, and small town economic development and sustainability projects. Michael is an active member of the Town and Gown Association of Ontario and was a long-serving Member of the Board of the International Town and Gown Association (ITGA). He is a regular presenter and consultant on his work in university-community relations and he has provided many community-based consultations based on his book entitled Town & Gown: From Conflict to Cooperation.