Fundraising Target $500,000.00
The Jane Chapman Scholarship Fund was established in February 2018 with the founding gift of $50,000.00 from Jane Chapman.
Jane Chapman has been an organisational and marketing consultant, a market and social researcher and an executive in the media industry. She has been involved in the systems psychodynamic field since 1990. More recently, Jane has established herself in a new ‘career’ as an Anglican priest in Sydney. In 1999, Jane Chapman published 'Hatred and Corruption of Task' in the second edition of Socio-Analysis. This paper is inspired and has proven to be a well-loved and seminal work in the field that continues to be of great use and interest to NIODA students and clients alike.
We know that institutions like NIODA depend upon the generosity of like-minded members of our community who truly understand the importance to Australian organisations and their leaders of being able to offer an academic education in applied systems psychodynamics.The future of this work in Australia, quite literally, depends upon it.
Thus far, NIODA has been incredibly successful in attracting and retaining students with a passion for systems psychodynamics and an appetite to continue their formal education. However, each year we have a number of students who are unable to enrol in the course due to a lack of funds. The Jane Chapman Scholarship Fund will enable NIODA to:
- award whole or partial scholarships
- grow the NIODA Library
- establish dedicated premises for the institute
- initiate research projects
- support more pro-bono or low-cost consulting and supervision
- put NIODA on a secure financial footing for the long-term