The CDT is dedicated to the understanding of the role of digital technologies in accomplishing three fundamental transformations required for success in the global marketplace:
CDT will focus on enabling business transformation. To this end, business and society are intertwined. For example, a business’s sustainability practices have consequences for the environment in which it operates. Digital technologies and strategies that uniquely exploit a business’s core competencies can propel business transformation to the next level. The center will provide the intellectual leadership by organizing and managing a collaborative community of scholars, executives, society leaders and students deeply committed to the role of digital technologies in transforming business and society.
The Center will accomplish this mission by conducting and disseminating high-impact research; creating an ongoing dialog between the various stakeholders including business executives; and, incorporating the understanding of the transformational aspects of digital technologies in the business curriculum.
The goal of RP’s project was to improve the database used by The Watershed Institute’s Water Monitoring program. | More
Student team completed a 6 month machine learning project at Alvarez and Marsal, December 2019.
Student group in Design Lab completes data analytics project for The Watershed Institute, New Jersey | More
Two township residents were among 17 students who graduated in March from Somerset County’s Rutgers Master Gardener Program. Tom Fucaloro and W “RP” Raghupathi, both of Somerset, were among those completing the 24-week course. | More
In this webinar Professor W. “RP” Raghupathi, Ph.D. will discuss how Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs) contribute to several aspects of global sustainability. | More
CDT-STEP Summer 2017 High School Internship Program in Analytics
Center for Digital Transformation, Gabelli School of Business
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