Julianne Santacesaria is a Developer with Enterprise Application
Services. She’s eager to work for an institution that gives
back to the global community. Julianne also enjoys reading and
nature photography in her spare time.
Jason Zhixin Shi
Jason Shi is a Research Scientist with Enterprise Application
Services. He’s excited to apply his knowledge in machine
learning to new projects. In his free time, Jason enjoys working
with his hands and woodworking.
Michael Roof is a Developer with Enterprise Application
Services. He’s excited to develop using cutting edge
technologies at UB. In his free time, Michael enjoys camping and
watching Sabres games.
Joining NCS as a classroom services engineer with many years of
audio and visual systems, Mark Sheehan is "looking forward to the
challenges and rewards UB offers." Outside the office, he enjoys
golf and camping. In his free time he also helps coach
children’s sports teams.
Steven Johnson is a new Lead Programmer/Analyst with Enterprise
Application Services. Aside from working with computers, Johnson is
a motorcycle and car enthusiast and also enjoys playing tennis.
Stephen Burow joins CIT as a Developer for Enterprise
Application Services. He is excited to work for an organization
like UB that is “moving forward in the field of
technology.” Stephen is involved in the Buffalo community
through volunteering, playing sports and cheering for the Bills and
Kevin Stevens has joined Enterprise Application Services as a
Lead Programmer/Analyst. Away from the computer, Stevens enjoys
spending time with his family, the theater, practicing origami and
Alex Fineberg is a Lead Programmer Analyst with Enterprise
Application Services. A UB graduate, he worked with CIT as an
intern in the past. Away from work, Alex enjoys game development
Kevin is a Multimedia Technician for Network and Classroom
Services and the School of Management. Outside of work, he enjoys
spending time with family, reading and watching movies. He likes to
play and watch sports, but has a special interest for “the
great sport of curling.”
Samuel Hixon is ready for a fresh start at UB after years of
working in radio. With a background as a broadcast engineer
he’s excited to start at NCS as a classroom support engineer.
An avid reader of military history, Samuel is interested in the
Vietnam War and WWII.