Collection includes biographical materials; materials related to Massey's dissertation research on the African American higher
education experience; notes; news clippings related to Massey's achievements at Stanford; photographs; program files; printouts
of email correspondence; notes; and a journal related to events attended by Massey.
Thomas James Massey, ’69, MA ’72, worked in a variety of roles in student affairs at Stanford University, including as assistant
dean of student affairs and as assistant director of the Graduate Life Office. He co-authored the book
Mediation: Transforming Conflict Through Communication, and started Faces of the Community, a New Student Orientation program highlighting diversity on campus. Massey died January
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