Butler University has named Marietta Stalcup as the new director of the MBA program and promoted Craig Caldwell to Associate Dean for Graduate Programs.
Stalcup comes to Butler from the professional-development company ievolve llc, where she was President/CEO. Prior to that, she spent 21 years with Eli Lilly & Co., where she was Manager, Oncology Medical Science Liaison. She also has taught as an adjunct professor at both Butler University and Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.
In her new role at Butler, she will manage the existing MBA program and support the development of new graduate business program offerings.
Stalcup earned her MBA from Indiana University and her bachelor of science in biochemistry from North Carolina State University.
“I was excited to come to Butler because of the MBA program’s rigor and experiential nature, the combination of which I believe is key to success for today’s leaders,” she said. “I look forward to deepening our relationships with regional companies and community leaders. It’s these relationships which offer our students real-world experience during the MBA program, and expand their network for a lifetime.”
Caldwell has taught at Butler since 2007 and is now Associate Professor of Management in the College of Business. He teaches MBA and undergraduate courses in Strategy, Leadership, Organizational Change, and Teams. Caldwell has won seven teaching awards, three advising awards, and was the invited faculty speaker for the 2015 Butler University Commencement.
His consulting activities focus on strategy development and organizational change. He has worked with client firms in logistics, manufacturing, food service, life-sciences and architecture. In addition to strategy development, he works on leadership, organizational change processes, and team building, and has consulting experience with Ernst & Young.
Caldwell earned his doctorate in business strategy and leadership from the University of Pittsburgh and his MBA from Virginia Tech.