On the (Green) Blue
A Look Back at Hackfort2
A snapshot of Hackfort 2, which convened Boise’s developers, creatives and tech talent to learn, share and be inspired to play a transformative role in Boise’s future. A key theme was the Intersection of Technology and Civic Life, and the City of Boise was proud to have been a part of it, March 26-28 in Downtown Boise.
Sponsored by: Boise State University, Metageek, Knight Foundation, Perkins Coie, Kindness, City of Boise, Balihoo, Idaho Dept. of Commerce, Kount, C.K. Haun & Karen Meyer, WhiteCloud Analytics, IdahoPTech Network, Choose Idaho, HP, and Boise Code Camp.
The Blue Goes Green
The Blue Goes Green
The famous blue turf of Albertsons Stadium at Boise State University is transitioned to real green grass for the upcoming Basque Friendly Soccer game featuring La Liga’s Athletic Club de Bilbao and Liga MX’s Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente. This time-lapse video shows six days of work to lay down surface layers and special sod in under a minute and a half.
(video by Darin Oswald)
What Will a Materials Research Center Mean to BSU?
What will a materials research center mean to BSU?
Dr. Bob Kustra shares how Micron's investment into Boise State University's materials research center will impact Idaho.
Boise State University From The Air
Boise State University From the Air
Boise State University's campus is alive with fall color. View the campus from the sky in this aerial tour.
Life at Boise State
Life @ Boise State
Boise State students study hands-on, fly high and live their academic life to the fullest on campus and around Idaho.
Students capture the heart and soul of the Boise State experience in a way never told before. This video showcases the engaging experiences, academic adventures and school pride found on campus, in Boise and beyond.
Many of the impromptu, real-life clips were provided by students, alumni, fans and friends of Boise State who wanted to share the experiences that truly reflect what it's like to be a Bronco.
This spot includes a unique perspective on academics, taking you inside the aircraft with the NASA Microgravity University team, to a biomolecular research lab and onto our famous Blue Turf. It also offers a glimpse of the vast recreational opportunities available in Boise, from snowboarding, kayaking and hang gliding to other often-unexpected opportunities that await our students.