Penn State Worthington Scranton alumnus funds HDFS initiatives at alma mater

Dr. Janet Melnick, Penn State Worthington Scranton Program Coordinator for Human Development and Families Studies, presented Atty. Tim Arcaro with a Nittany Lion statue following his presentation at the annual lecture for this discipline this past spring.

A respected law professional, Dr. Arcaro has lectured extensively on professional responsibility, domestic violence, child advocacy, and developing clinical legal education programs. He has also received numerous awards in recognition of his expertise and accomplishments. He visited the campus to share his knowledge and expertise to current HDFS students and faculty.

Dr. Arcaro, a campus alumnus and professor of law at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, recently established a fund to support Human Development and Family Studies program initiatives at Penn State Worthington Scranton.