Greensburg, PA – Seton Hill University is proud to announce that Dr. David Droppa, assistant professor of social work, was named 2003-2004 Professor of the Year at Seton Hill’s May Honors Convocation.

Seton Hill’s students, faculty and staff are given the opportunity to nominate their professors and colleagues for his honor on an annual basis. Seton Hill’s Dean’s Council and student leaders review the nominations and make the final selection.

“What a privilege it is to be here on this hill,” said Droppa during his Honors Convocation address. “How thankful I am for you students, for how much you teach us every day; for my faculty and staff colleagues, who treat each other like family; and for the Sisters of Charity, who have a way of reminding us all of what is truly important.”

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