“RP” Raghupathi is a professor of information technology. He's also the director of Fordham University’s Center for Digital Transformation and directs the Gabelli School of Business Design/AI Labs.
Dr. Raghupathi’s current teaching and research interests include analytics, artificial intelligence and deep machine learning methods applied to finance and corporate governance, culture and ethics, healthcare, climate change and sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship, crowdfunding, gig economy, and legal reasoning. He has published more than 60 refereed journal articles. He is co-editor for North America of the International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics.
Prior to joining the Gabelli School of Business faculty, Dr. Raghupathi taught at California State University, Chico, and The University of Texas at Arlington. He was a researcher at the Automation & Robotics Research Institute (UTA) in Fort Worth, Texas and visiting faculty at Intel Corporation, Folsom, California. Prior to earning his doctorate, Dr. Raghupathi worked at 1st Capital Assets Group in New York City. He also worked at J.K. Industries Ltd and Midwest Leasing Ltd in India before coming to the United States for his MBA. Dr. Raghupathi has received numerous faculty awards from IBM Corporation. He serves on the advisory board of Self Care Catalysts, Canada.
Dr. Raghupathi received his bachelor of commerce and bachelor of law degrees from Osmania University (India), a master of commerce degree from Sri Venkateswara University (India), an MBA and PhD from the University of Texas (Arlington), and an LLM in intellectual property in information technology from Fordham University.