Board of Directors
Evelyn Seay is pursuing a B.A. in English with a concentration in writing and analyzing poetry, while studying Art and Visual Technology as a minor. Evelyn is also volunteering for TeenAIDS-PeerCorps as a social media intern and has previously blogged for Provisions Library. In addition to working with the GMR this year, she is participating in the Undergraduate English Society and volunteering with Volition, Mason’s art and literary magazine for undergraduate students.
Gabriela Galeano is pursuing a B.A. in Anthropology with minors in French and Conflict Analysis & Resolution. She interned at the National Museum of the American Indian Collections Facility preparing an exhibit on Mesoamerican ceramics. She is currently researching land and tourism development among the Garífuna communities in her native Honduras. She has co-taught UNIV 100 courses and has worked as a Resident Advisor for the past two years. This will be her first year working with the GMR.
Katie Strylowski is a senior in the Honors College pursuing a B.A. in American Literature and Graphic Design. In addition to five years of video production experience at CDR Communications, she owns her own thriving photography business. At Mason, she was the RA of the freshman Arts LLC, and currently serves as the student designer for the OSCAR program, and the art director for student organizations PCM and IFC.
Marketing Director: Public Relations
Anjelica Michael is pursuing a B.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. She is currently employed by Belltower Books as a textbook buyer on the Fairfax campus. She is the currently serving her second term as president of the George Mason chapter of Collegiate DECA, as well as the Virginia State President for the 2012-2013 school year. This is her first year working at the GMR.
Marketing Director: Logistics
Tasmim Hossain (Taz for short) is pursuing a B.A. in IT, concentration Web Development and Multimedia. She is currently unemployed but hopes to join the Apple Creativity Team for Apple Inc. soon. Meanwhile, in addition to being a Web Director for the GMR, she is also helping as a web designer for a small on-campus company, known as Infamous Robotics. After earning her Masters, Taz plans to come back to school for either Game Designing or Game Testing, as she is a very passionate gamer.
Sarah E. Baker is Assistant Director (Acting Director 2012-13) of Mason’s highly ranked Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program where she oversees the Writing Fellows program; she also has worked as a writing assessment specialist in the Office of Institutional Assessment. Professor Baker has taught Peer Tutoring in Writing in the Disciplines, introductory composition (English 101), and advanced composition in the disciplines (English 302) courses, and she will be teaching as part of the Center for International Student Access (CISA) program in 2012-13. Her research interests involve the integration of technologies in the writing classroom, visual and digital literacies, and, more recently, WAC in K-12 settings.
Lynne Constantine is Assistant Professor in the School of Art. An academic researcher in visual culture, critical theory and performance who is also an interdisciplinary artist and photographer, her work focuses on art as encounter and transaction; on the artist as an expert in the senses; on the human body as cultural object, as source of identity and memory and as site of art-making; on creativity as transformative practice; and on higher education in the arts as a learning ground for democratic dialogue. Professor Constantine has presented her work at annual conferences of such organizations as the College Art Association, the National Art Education Association, the Association for Integrative Studies, and the American Association of Colleges and Universities. She is a widely published writer and has, in a varied career, taught medieval English literature; headed two nonprofits; freelanced as a journalist, speechwriter, ghostwriter and book reviewer; co-authored a book on migraine; and co-founded a communications consulting firm.
R.E. Johnson is currently pursuing her M.A. in English and Cultural Studies at GMU. She holds a graduate certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies from GMU, a B.A. in History and Gender Studies from Centenary College of Louisiana, and studied English Literature abroad at Exeter College at Oxford University. Before moving to the east coast for graduate school, she taught English, and worked extensively with literacy and enrichment programs. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, she has worked with the university writing center as a tutor, and now serves as a composition instructor and coordinates publishing and web content for the writing center. In 2011, she was awarded the Sven Eric Molin Prize for outstanding writing in literature. Her research and academic interests reside at the intersection of visual culture, activism and gender.