Student Biography

Christopher R. Stultz


Christopher Stultz is currently a 5th year Architectural Engineering major at Penn State University.  Mr. Stultz is pursuing the integrated Bachelor/Master of Architectural Engineering degree with a graduation date of December 2009.  The primary focus of his undergraduate degree is Construction Management and a minor in Engineering Leadership and Development, with his graduate studies focusing on emerging construction technologies and management, as well as green building. Christopher completed the FE exam and will receive EIT status upon graduation. 
Mr. Stultz is a member of multiple honor societies including Phi Alpha Epsilon (Architectural Engineering), Phi Eta Sigma (National Honor Society), and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.  He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering National Honor Society.  Christopher is also active in Penn State’s Chapter of the Architectural Engineering Institute (Student Society of Architectural Engineers), Blue and White Society, and the Student Partnership for Achieving Construction Excellence. 

Outside of classes, Christopher has remained busy within the construction and engineering industries.  He has held a full time internship for the last three summers and worked part time during his studies this past year.  His experiences range from a small general contractor, Clark Contractors, to larger general contractors in Poole Anderson and Balfour Beatty Construction.  He has also experienced the engineering environment at an energy service company, CLT.  Following graduation, Christopher plans to work for a construction company or consultant that will fully allow the use of his diverse experiences and pursue his license as a Professional Engineer.


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