New CIT faces (clockwise): John Quinn, Geoffrey Selzer, Leigh
Przepasniak, Michael Benner and Joe Buscaglia
We're pleased to welcome five new staff members to CIT. In
April, John Quinn, Geoffrey Selzer, and Leigh A. Przepasniak joined
the CIT Help Desk and Network and Classroom Services (NCS).
Enterprise Infrastructure Services (EIS) also has two new faces:
Michael Benner, who joined in February, and Joe Buscaglia, who came
on board in July.
Our three new CIT Help Desk additions have a variety of outside
interests. Leigh enjoys spending her spare time outdoors:
snowboarding, gardening and bike riding are just a few of her
hobbies. She said, "I wanted to work in a challenging environment
by working for a team that supports a large, diverse customer pool.
UB is a cutting edge environment that is always growing and
supporting the latest technologies." Leigh also participated in the
“Ride for Roswell” for the 7th time this past
John can also be found outside often. He enjoys fishing,
camping, hiking and playing basketball. In addition, John enjoys
building PCs in his free time. For the past five years, Geoffrey
has devoted much of his time to "home brewing," hoping to develop a
fresh, new beer product line to sell in the near future.
Michael joins CIT as a Systems Administrator, working as part of
EIS' Virtual Machine Infrastructure Services team. His group is
responsible for the maintenance of hundreds of virtual servers,
which run many important UB services like security cameras,
document managements and databases. Michael enjoys woodworking,
drawing and computer generated imagery. He also enjoys reading and
traveling throughout America, Europe, and even Japan. Michael
returns to UB after living in England for six years with his wife.
"It's very satisfying to work at UB," Michael added. "The
university is clearly dedicated to being on the cutting edge of
technology, and has a wide range of diverse projects."
Joe is CIT's latest addition, joining EIS as a Unix Systems
Administrator. A self-described "old school Unix/Linux geek," He
looks forward to learning and developing with these tools at UB.
Bringing a wealth of experience, including 25 years of working with
small businesses at his own company, Joe said, “I'm excited
as UB gives me a chance to maximize my skill set.” Away from
UB, Joe’s hobbies include home roasting coffee and