Randall Stacy is the current project coordinator at the College of Innovation and Design. He is responsible for work on a variety of diverse projects within the college, including the administrative development and design of VIP, co-direction of the annual Idaho Entrepreneurship Challenge, creation of content, assessment, and marketing strategies for Bridge to Career courses, and coordination of CID events. In addition to these projects, Randall works to grow all CID programs and help the college lead higher education initiatives nationally.
Randall is originally from Ipswich, Massachusetts, and earned a degree in Earth Science with an emphasis in Glaciology from Dartmouth College. Before beginning work at CID, he served as a Business-Communications intern for Keurig and Green Mountain Coffee, and as a Guide Intern for Sass Global Travel.
When he’s not imagining new ways to reinvigorate higher education, (which is rare) you can find Randall in the mountains: split-boarding or snowboarding, rock climbing, mountain biking, advocating for outdoor education and leadership, or trekking across state lines (he’s lived in six different states!). An accomplished snowboarder/split-boarder and climber with top finishes in international competitions and descents of Denali, the Grand Teton, and an ascent of the Original Route in Red Rocks Canyon, NV, Randall translates his experience in the outdoors to his work at the College of Innovation and Design, reimagining the way the University teaches, learns, and conducts research.