The College of Arts and Sciences, 11 professional schools and a
graduate division at Roswell Park Cancer Institute each provide
information technology support to their constituents and
participate in IT leadership at UB.
Address: 839 Clemens Hall
CAS Educational Technology (CASet) provides comprehensive information technology services and support to the College of Arts and Sciences, excluding the five departments within the Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM) disciplines. CASet provides IT support to faculty, staff and student populations which use CASet computing facilities.
Address: 367 Baldy Hall
The Graduate School of Education Information and Instructional Technology staff are here to provide information and assistance as well as a technological infrastructure to GSE's faculty and staff in support of GSE's mission.
Address: 542 O'Brian Hall
Law IT is a full-service, customer-oriented department, providing local account creation, computing and network support for the law school.
Our Law IT staff is proficient in a variety of software packages and helps students, faculty, and staff with questions relating to applications ranging from Microsoft and Corel Office suites to the nuances of the Apple and Windows operating systems.
Our Law IT staff also works with faculty, staff and students with disabilities to insure an accessible computing environment.
Address: Diefendorf 115
The Digital Media Group (DMG), in the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, strives to remain competitive in the rapidly changing digital world of architecture and urban planning. Our staff, consisting of three professional staff members, two graduate assistant and ten Print Lab staff, endeavors to make the computing environment productive and trouble free.
Address: 108 Squire Hall
The Office of Information Resources ensures that the pursuit of the School of Dental Medicine's vision is supported by state-of-the-art Information Technology that establishes the School at the cutting edge of innovation and excellence in dental education, research, and patient care.
Information Technology at the UB School of Dental Medicine plays an increasingly important role in preparing future dentists for the practice of modern dentistry and contributes to enhancing the quality and effectiveness of oral health care of our patients. It helps the faculty and staff work more productively, enables faculty to teach more effectively and helps improve the operational efficiency of our dental care clinics.
Address: 104 Bell Hall
Science & Engineering Node Services (SENS) is a full-service, customer-oriented support organization at the University at Buffalo that provides computer and technical support and assistance for six of the seven departments of UB Engineering (SEAS) and the five departments of the College of Arts and Sciences who comprise the Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM).
Address: 355 Davis Hall
Address: 133 Jacobs Hall
The School of Management IT department, within the Office of Resource Management, provides support to school’s faculty, staff, and student employees. This support includes: the administrative server management and security; the school’s web presence and web applications; nine (9) technology-equipped classrooms; desktop configuration, procurement, and support; desktop security (software patching, antivirus, and firewall); access to financial databases; serves as a liaison to centrally-supported technology services such as email, VoIP telephone service, and access to the data network. The staff also manages the Jacobs computer lab.
Address: 221 Cary Hall
Address: 156 Kapoor Hall
Information Technology includes services such as technical support, server management, web management, web-based applications and classroom/instructional technology support.
Address: 611 Kimball Hall
IT Services serves the research, administrative and educational information technology needs of our faculty, staff and students in the School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP). The IT Support Services Team oversee the School's computer, web and network infrastructure. Their many responsibilities include server maintenance, account creation, email administration, data security, and site-licensed software; network troubleshooting, drops and hubs; phone/VoIP systems; swipe card and video survellance systems; and computer/printer repair and upgrades. IT Services also administers website development/structure, accessibility, usability, and security; databases (including development), forms and web statistics.
Address: 662 Baldy Hall
The Technology Services unit supports the School's academic programs, Faculty research, The Buffalo Center for Social Research, and Continuing Education by providing a strong, yet flexible technology infrastructure for the school's faculty and staff.