Biography for Robert Galante

  • A bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with a dual major in Government and French
  • A Master of Arts in Teaching Social Studies from Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Adjunct professor of American history for Syracuse University
  • Permanent NJ teaching licenses in social studies, French and elementary education
  • Two scholarships from the National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Twice named as Teacher of the Year in Rumson, NJ. Taught classes in American history, law, French and study skills
  • Philip Merrill Award from the University of Maryland in 2012
  • Instructor of the Year, 2010, Syracuse University Project Advance
  • Recognition for teaching excellence from such diverse institutions as Johns Hopkins University and Princeton University
  • Featured in the book Legends of Rumson by Roberta VanAnda, 2015
  • A blues harmonica player who’s been known to rock the house with a mean solo!