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					Maureen Hynes
Coordinator
Community Services and Health Sciences
George Brown College
200 King Street East
Toronto, ON
M5A 3W8
mhynes@georgebrown.ca


Education
     •   B.A. (Hons), Philosophy, University of Toronto
     •   M. Ed., Curriculum. OISE/University of Toronto

Research Focus
         •   Training issues and labour market trends
         •   Emotional Intelligence
         •   Unionization in Canada
         •   Women in unions
         •   Immigrant and refugee issues
         •   Queer issues
         •   Anti-heterosexism.

Research Summary
I am part of a team with Georgia Quartaro, Johanne Clare and Rose-
Marie Nigli. We are investigating the Bar-On Emotional Quotient
Inventory as a tool to measure Community Worker students’ growth
in emotional intelligence over their two-year program.

Publications and presentations
     Hynes, M., Burns, I. 2004. Scenic Paint Technician Program:
     Instructor’s Manual, Participants’ Manual and supporting
     materials for NABET, the National Association of Broadcast
     Engineers and Technicians.
Hynes, M., Burns, I. 2004. Scenic Construction Technician
Program: Instructor’s Manual, Participants’ Manual and
supporting materials for NABET, the National Association of
Broadcast Engineers and Technicians.

Hynes, M., Larsen, A. 2004. Canadian Labour History for
OPSEU members. Instructor’s Manual, Participants’ Manual
and supporting materials for OSPEU, the Ontario Public
Service Employees Union.

DeWolff, A., Hynes, M. 2003. Snakes and Ladders: Coherence
in Training for Office Workers. Training the Excluded for Work:
Access and Equity for Women, Immigrants, First Nations,
Youth, and People with Low Income. Ed. Marjorie Griffin
Cohen. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Hynes, M. 2001. Harm’s Way. London, Ont. Brick Books.

Condé, C., McLeod, C., Hynes, M. 2000. Bread and roses
(a)cross the Pacific. Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of
Women’s Studies, 12(2), 69-77.

Hynes, M., MacDonald, I. Editors. 1999. we make the air: the
poetry of Lina Chartrand. Toronto: TLC Press.

de Rosario, A., Hynes, M. 1996. Never Too Late! Interview
Techniques for Older Workers. [video, 26 mins]. Funded by the
Ontario Training and Adjustment Board. Toronto: George
Brown College.

Hynes, M. 1996. Back to Work: Counselling Strategies for
Labour Adjustment Services. Toronto: George Brown College.
(funded by the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board).

Hynes, M. 1995. Rough Skin. Toronto: Wolsak and Wynn.

Burnie, B., Hynes, M., Carrozzino, G. 1994. Getting the Credit
You Deserve: Portfolio Development for ESL Speakers.
Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training.
     Toronto: Metro Labour Education Centre and George Brown
     College.

     Hynes, M., Baichman, M. 1989. Breaking the Ice: Basic
     Communication Strategies. [text and 2 audiotapes]. New York:
     Longman Inc.

     Hynes, M. 1986. Access to Potential: A Two-Way Street. An
     Educational and Training Needs Assessment of Toronto's
     Diverse Racial and Cultural Communities, George Brown
     College, Toronto.

     Hynes, M. 1981. Letters from China. Toronto: Women’s Press.


Awards
     •   Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, 1995
     •   Petra Kenney Memorial Award (London, England), 2007



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