Ravi Nath, PhD

Ravi Nath, PhD

Ravi Nath, PhD

Professor
Endowed Chair, Jack & Joan McGraw Endowed Chair in Information Technology Management
Director, Supporting the MS in Information Technology Management (ITM), Undergraduate MIS program, working with IT Advisory Board, liaison with business partner firms, organizing Executive Lecture Series, promoting IT research, and interfacing with the business community.
Heider College of Business

Expertise/Specializations

  • Business Analytics
  • Information Technology

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Accounting and Business Intelligence & Analytics

Position

  • Professor

Biography

Ravi Nath, Ph.D. is a professor in the department of Accounting and Business Intelligence & Analytics and the holder of the Jack & Joan McGraw Endowed Chair in Information Technology Management in the Heider College of Business at Creighton University. Previously, at the University of Memphis, he served as the Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Director of the Ph.D. program in Management Information Systems. He has been awarded Fulbright Scholarships twice: University of Zimbabwe (1992-1993) and the Polytechnic of Namibia (2012).  Dr. Nath has published over 100 research papers in the area of business analytics and information technology in national and international journals. Dr. Nath received the University of Memphis' Distinguished Teaching Award in 1995. Currently, Dr. Nath serves on the Board of Directors of several for-profit and non-profit organizations. Dr. Nath earned a Ph.D. from Texas Tech University.
 

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • , 93-112

Articles

  • , 35(1), 62-77
  • , 4th Edition
  • , 17, 38-48
  • , 28(4), 1-18
  • , 24(4), 79-94
  • , 23 (3/4), 145-171
  • , 3rd Edition, 3777-3784
  • , 7(2), 9-22
  • , 9(5), 522-540
  • , 5, 95-114
  • , 7, 41-60
  • , 17, 9-20
  • , 2nd Edition, 1522-1526
  • , 12, 104-115
  • , 4, 62-81
  • , 22, 56-64
  • , 5, 15-24
  • , 2, 31-43

Presentations

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

    • Internet Addiction among college students
    • Diffusion of technologies
    • Analytics Capability models
    • Predictive Analytics

Current Research Projects

    • Internet Addiction among college students
    • Internet diffusion factors