Randolph I. Granger of Kingston, Academic Dean and member of the history department at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School, received the prestigious Frances and Louis Maslow Upper School Award for excellence in teaching during the school’s 168th Commencement ceremony.
Granger received the honor in recognition of his effective teaching, support of the academic program and ideals of the school and positive influence on the lives of the students, said Dr. Kip P. Nygren, Sem President.
Since joining Wyoming Seminary in 1994, Granger has served as a teacher of American history, chair of the history department, associate dean of students, director of financial aid, associate director and director of admissions, Advanced Placement coordinator, dean of faculty and academic dean. He also has served as a dormitory parent and an assistant lacrosse, boys ice hockey and football coach. In addition he served as co-chair of a steering committee which established the National Association of Independent School Admission Professionals.
Prior to joining Sem, he served as chair of the history department, director of summer school and a member of the admission committee at the Wasatch Academy in Mt. Pleasant, Utah, and was associate director of admission and history teacher at Hebron Academy in Hebron, Maine. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in history from Trinity College and a master of science degree in education from Wilkes University.