Arthur M. Blank School
The Blank School engages Babson community members and leads research to create entrepreneurial leaders.
Babson faculty and experts in residence are more than just educators.
They are lawyers, artists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and executives. They are leaders in their fields, with deep insight into their respective industries. And, they disseminate their insights to help the entire Babson community and beyond create economic and social value.
The world needs more leaders who think entrepreneurially. That’s why our experts share their relevant, practical research and insights from their consulting and executive experience with you. Use these ideas and insights to inform your own work in turning problems into opportunities.
President Stephen Spinelli is the 14th president of Babson College and a successful entrepreneur, academic leader, and scholar, President Spinelli assumed the role of president in July 2019, guiding the College through its centennial year and into its second century.
A lifelong entrepreneur, President Spinelli has spent his career at the intersection of academia, business, and philanthropy.
During his tenure at Babson, President Spinelli played a number of critical and influential roles. He was an influential member of both the President’s Cabinet and the Academic Council, as well as chair of the entrepreneurship task force that contributed significantly to the College’s strategic plan. He led the charge to maintain Babson’s No. 1 ranking for entrepreneurship in U.S. News & World Report and to achieve, for the first time, the No. 1 ranking for entrepreneurship in Financial Times in 2006 (repeating in 2007).
Read about Ken Matsuno, Dean of the College, along with the other members of the academic leadership that helps Babson stand out from other higher ed institutions.
Dive into Babson’s academic divisions and learn more about the world class faculty and their approach to ensure each student has the tools to become entrepreneurial leaders.
Babson’s leadership mapped out a plan to ensure the college could thrive in an ever-changing environment to empower learners anywhere to create lasting economic and social value everywhere
Current students and alumni can all agree—there is something different and unique about Babson’s leaders on staff and faculty