Phil Stuczynski, M.B.A.

Phil Stuczynski, M.B.A.
Assistant Teaching Professor, Finance
216 Burke

Mailing Address:
ERIE PA 16563

Phil Stuczynski has spent time working in various managerial roles and also time managing and transferring risk for assets with a specialization in insurance. Although Phil enjoyed the time he spent in the private sector, he returned to education where he feels he can have a greater impact on others.

After completed his undergraduate degree, he pursued and completed an MBA from Penn State Behrend. During this time Phil discovered interests in multiple areas of business. This has translated to the classroom where Phil has taught courses in Finance, Economics, and Accounting. Currently Phil teaches Corporate Finance, Investments and Portfolio Analysis, and Financial Statements and Management Decisions through both Penn State Behrend and online through the World Campus. Phil is also working on additional designations to further his education, and continues to consult in various roles.

When not continuing to do work in the educational realm, Phil enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. He is also an avid sports fan and has interest in many charities. 


I am a firm believer that education is not a mold, but rather an enhancement. It is not my job as an instructor to simply tell a student how to behave or how to fit into the current society. I have always felt that it is my job to equip each and every one of my students with the ability to better function in society with more powerful minds and a more enlightened way of thinking. Thinking outside of the box will be a requirement in coming years for anyone to succeed, and I strongly believe that each student needs to understand rather than memorize.

Courses Taught

FIN 301, FIN 420, ACCTG 305 (World Campus), ECON 102, ECON 104

Interests: Corporate Finance, Investments, Behavioral Finance, Insurance

Rules are Made to be Broken (by the rule makers of course)!, Financial & Retirement Planning

Check One, Two, Financial & Retirement Planning

Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy, Financial & Retirement Planning

It's Not Jumping Ship, It's Spreading The Wealth, Financial & Retirement Planning

Spring Cleaning, Financial & Retirement Planning

Full Speed Ahead?, Financial & Retirement Planning

Don't Touch That Dial, Financial & Retirement Planning

Home on the Range (as in, what is the range of rates and prices?)

What Goes Up Must Come Down (Unless It's Inflation)

Promising Educational Technology Meets Complex System: A Six-year Case Study of an Adaptive Learning Project from Initial Exploration Through the End of a Pilot., Journal of Formative Design in Learning. - July 22, 2021
Collaborators: Andrea Gregg; Junxiu Yu; Array Resig; Lynne Johnson; Eunsung Park

ManyClasses 1: Assessing the Generalizable Effect of Immediate Versus Delayed Feedback Across many College Classes., Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science - July 12, 2021
Collaborators: Ben Motz; Emily Fyfe

There's No Place Like Home (Assuming You Offer Above Asking Price, Financial & Retirement Planning - 2018

Post-Election Changes, Financial & Retirement Planning - 2018

Finding Value When the Lights Are Off, Financial & Retirement Planning - 2018

Solar Tax Credits, Financial Planning and Retirement Newsletter - 2018

Periodic Insurance Checkup, Financial Planning and Retirement Newsletter - 2018

Understanding Cryptocurrency Enough to Advise, Financial & Retirement Planning - 2018

Asset Ownership, Investor Characteristics, & the Endowment Effect, The Journal of Behavioral Finance and Economics - April, 2016
Collaborators: Greg Filbeck; Dianna Preece

Endowment Effect: Characteristics that Drive Behavior, The Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives - October, 2015
Collaborator: Michael Filbeck, Author

MBA, Finance, The Pennsylvania State University

BS, Finance, The Pennsylvania State University