Oral history interview with Charles Dey May be restricted
Charles F. Dey, Dartmouth College Class of 1952, Associate Dean of the College, and Dean of the Tucker Foundation. Oral history interview documenting his time at Dartmouth, beginning with his undergraduate years in post-war America, his graduate education at Harvard, and his early teaching career at Andover. Dey moves to his tenure as Associate Dean under president John Sloan Dickey and Dean Thad Seymour, particularly his work partnering with private schools to recruit minority students, and developing the ABC (A Better Chance) program. The interview concludes with Dey's time as Dean of the Tucker Foundation, and the various programs he supported in those years, as well as comments on the changing culture of Dartmouth College during the late ‘60s and ‘70s. Interviewed by Daniel L. Daly on March 29, 2002 in Old Lyme, CT.
- Dey, Charles Frederick, 1930-2020 (Person)
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4 hours (4 sound cassettes)
78 pages (1 transcript)
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