Dr. Stacey, the Provost of The Saint Constantine School, is the school’s chief academic officer and teaches courses in History, Government, and Great Texts. He was formerly the Associate Provost at Houston Baptist University, and was the first Dean of the HBU Honors College. Prior to HBU, Dr. Stacey served as Associate Professor in Regent University’s Robertson School of Government and as founding Chairman of the Department of Government at Patrick Henry College. His current scholarship focuses on the inherent tension between liberty and security and how these two vital interests can be balanced in an age of modern terrorism. He has published a book with the Alliance Defending Freedom entitled Sir William Blackstone and the Common Law, as well as a host of articles and reviews on topics ranging from intelligence oversight to presidential elections. He received his Ph.D. in Government at the University of Virginia in 1998.
Dr. Stacey is a dedicated Spartan Race and obstacle racing competitor, and enjoys camping, hiking, canoeing, and just about anything done in the wild. Robert and his wife Sherry have three sons.