INDIANAPOLIS – The Kelley School of Business at IUPUI welcomed two new faculty members for fall 2019.
Michelle Clemons joins the Kelley School as a visiting lecturer. She teaches Business Communications and Team Dynamics & Leadership, one of the components of I-Core. She’s taught business communications for the Kelley School at IUPUI since 2014 and has worked in higher education across the country for more than 15 years, including stops at Marian University and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.
Clemons’ areas of expertise include authentic happiness, servant leadership, workplace culture and industrial organizational psychology. She earned a gold level recognition through the IUPUI Gateway Teaching Academy. She received her EdD from Liberty University, a master’s in industrial/organizational psychology from Kaplan University, a master’s in human resource management from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management, and her master’s in nonprofit management from Indiana University.
“After teaching for Kelley for five years, I am excited for this new opportunity,” said Clemons. “I am looking forward to helping students build their knowledge of team dynamics and leadership as they move through I-Core. Additionally, I am excited to guide students to develop skill sets that will lead to future career success.”
Tony Stovall joins the Kelley School as a clinical associate professor of marketing on the IUPUI campus. He most recently was an assistant professor of marketing at Towson University in Maryland and served two years as assistant professor of marketing at Woodbury University in Burbank, California.
Stovall’s research interests include transformative consumer research; digital marketing and online consumer behavior, urbanism and consumer identify. His work has been published in the Consumption, Markets & Culture, Electronic Markets, Journal of Marketing Management, the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing and the Journal of Cultural Marketing Strategy.
Stovall received his PhD in retailing and consumer sciences and his MBA from the University of Arizona. He received his undergraduate degree in international relations from Stanford. Before pursuing academia, Stovall’s professional career included time at Korn/Ferry International as a manager and senior executive services representative, as a technical writer at SW Consulting Group and as a project manager for Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
Stovall is teaching marketing courses in the Kelley Indianapolis Undergraduate Program, the Business of Medicine Physician MBA Program and the Evening MBA Program.
“Getting to know the students I teach is the best part of my job as a professor,” said Stovall. “I love when you see that light bulb go off and they get it. There’s no better feeling than that. To have people – of any age — stop and think about something in a way that’s different from what they’ve thought all of their lives is truly why I do what I do. I’m looking forward to meeting all the students at Kelley IUPUI.”
About the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI Campus
The Indiana University Kelley School of Business has been a leader in American business education since 1920. With nearly 115,000 living alumni and an enrollment exceeding 11,000 students across two campuses and online, the Kelley School is among the premier business schools in the country. The Kelley School at IUPUI is home to a full-time undergraduate program and five graduate programs, including a graduate certificate for healthcare professionals, master’s programs in accounting and taxation, the Business of Medicine Physician MBA and the Evening MBA, which is ranked ninth in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Learn more at kelley.iupui.edu.