2014 Vision Scholarships
The 2014 Vision Scholarship program offered $63,000 in one-time scholarships to newly admitted, full-time masters or doctoral students in any discipline. Here are the current Vision Scholarship recipients:
Megan Bisbee, Pacifica
Heather Boni, Florida State
Stacy Brooks, Pacifica
Michael Comlish, Pacifica
Jolene Hamilton, Pacifica
Jenner Jones, Pacficia
Jesse Proia, Pacifica
Mikhail Tank, Pacifica
Luis Tentindo, UCLA
Stephen Tumolo, Gonzaga
Jessica Williams, Pacifica
Previous Scholarship and Grant Awards:
The Joseph Campbell & Jean Erdman Scholarship and the New Mythos II Grant awards are not currently available as they are not funded. If you are interested in contributing to an OPUS scholarship award, please Email OPUS Administration.
Joseph Campbell & Jean Erdman Scholarship
The Joseph Campbell & Jean Erdman: Celebrating the Marriage of Mythology & Dance Scholarship offered a one-time scholarship of $5,000 to a new or continuing full-time graduate student in the field of dance or choreography. The Scholarship awardee is:
Laurel Tentindo, UCLA, Department of World Arts & Cultures/Dance
New Mythos II Grant Awards
“James Hillman had a powerful ability to look at so many aspects of the human experience in startling and uniquely revealing ways. It was wonderful to see these scholars capture his essence so poignantly and undertake Hillmanian explorations into such new realms.”
–Robert D. Wagner, Jr. Ph.D. Chair, Selection committee
OPUS Archives and Research Center is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2013 New Mythos II Research Grant: James Hillman and Archetypal Psychology.
From the 39 initial submissions, the final selection committee, comprised of Dr. Robert Hinshaw, Margot McLean-Hillman, Dr. Ginette Paris, Dr. Michael Sipiora and Dr. Mary Watkins, selected three finalists who demonstrated exceptional and keenly relevant responses to the guiding question: How can James Hillman’s archetypal perspective help us shed new light on the pressing challenges and inspiring possibilities of our time?
The esteemed committee spent significant time carefully reviewing each grant application and reported exceptional quality and creativity amidst the proposals and the process of choosing finalists was challenging. OPUS wholeheartedly congratulates these grant winners whose projects seek to be integral in the visioning of a New Mythos for our collective experiences:
Ipek Burnett – The Impossible Innocence: An Archetypal Inquiry into the American Psyche Ipek Burnett Final Report
Benjamin Gaddes – Less the Act: The Transgressive Erotics and Archetypal Dialectics of Child Sexual Abuse Benjamin Gaddes Final Report
Dr. Lucy Huskinson – Being Built: Re-Visioning Architectural Design and Urban Planning for Our Existential Needs Dr. Lucy Huskinson Final Report
The Cooking vessel of the soul takes in everything, everything can become soul; and by taking into its imagination any and all evens, psychic space grows.
–James Hillman, Re-Visioning Psychology