PSF

(redirected from Phelps-Stokes Fund)
AcronymDefinition
PSFPer Square Foot
PSFPython Software Foundation
PSFPoint Spread Function
PSFPoint Spread Function (optics)
PSFPounds per Square Foot
PSFPrograma Saude da Familia (Portuguese: Family Health Program; Brazil)
PSFPolice and Security Force (UN)
PSFPower Steering Fluid
PSFPostscript Fonts (Adobe)
PSFPittsfield, Massachusetts
PSFPolysulfone (polymer)
PSFPresidio of San Francisco
PSFPosterior Spinal Fusion
PSFPolyester Staple Fiber (textiles)
PSFPerfect Sound Forever (online music magazine)
PSFPiste en Sable Fibré (French: Sand Track Bundle; racecourses)
PSFPeat Swamp Forest (conservation)
PSFParti Social Français (French: French Social Party)
PSFPermanent School Fund
PSFPoisson Summation Formula
PSFProtein Structure and Function
PSFPhelps-Stokes Fund (Washington, DC)
PSFPassenger Service Fee (India)
PSFPakistan Science Foundation
PSFPearson Scott Foresman (elementary educational publisher)
PSFPrint Services Facility
PSFPharmaciens Sans Frontieres
PSFProof Setup File
PSFPermanent Swap File
PSFPost Script File
PSFPlaystation Sound Format
PSFProcessing and Staging Facility
PSFPoint Spread Functions
PSFPartnership for Strong Families
PSFPakistan Squash Federation
PSFPatrimoine sans Frontieres (French: Heritage without Borders)
PSFPrivate Sector Foundation (Uganda)
PSFPublic School Finance (various locations)
PSFProfessional Service Firm
PSFPhoneme Segmentation Fluency (standardized test; Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills)
PSFPhilippine Special Force (video gaming group)
PSFPrime Source Forum (apparel industry)
PSFPortland Schools Foundation (Oregon)
PSFPhotonic Switch Fabric
PSFPastor's Seed Family
PSFPhilippine Sea Frontier (US Navy)
PSFPacific Select Fund
PSFPublic Sector Forum (various locations)
PSFProfessional Service Fee
PSFProject and Structured Finance (various organizations)
PSFProgressive Segmented Frame (video)
PSFPeace Support Force
PSFPlaystation Sound Format (file extension)
PSFPanama Sea Frontier (US Navy)
PSFPennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (est. 1992)
PSFPower Systems Facility (LERC Facility)
PSFPhenolic Surface Film (plywood)
PSFProduct Service Facility
PSFPresbyterian Student Fellowship
PSFPublic Service Fellowship (various schools)
PSFPerformance Shaping Factor (nuclear power)
PSFProteus Syndrome Foundation
PSFPeoples Students Federation (Pakistan)
PSFPublic Safety Factor (federal prison inmate security score)
PSFPriority Solidarity Fund
PSFProjet San Francisco
PSFPsychological Services for Families (Edmond, OK)
PSFPressure Sand Filter
PSFProgram Support Facility
PSFPeak Scatter Factor (radiation)
PSFPlastic Socket Female (piping)
PSFProof Setup File (Adobe Photoshop file extension)
PSFPusan Storage Facility
PSFPukhtun Students Federation
PSFPseudo-Skeptic-Fanatic
PSFPlanetary Super Freighter (gaming)
PSFPracticing Spoken French
PSFPendejos Sin Fronteras (foreign supporters of Hugo Chavez)
PSFPrinting Support Facility
PSFProcurement Status File
PSFPilot Symbol Filter
PSFPredictable Suicide Fanatics (gaming clan)
PSFPressure Single Filer
PSFPay Service File
PSFProbabilistic Spectrum Fitting
PSFPencak Silat of France
PSFPersonal Security File (Australia)
PSFPeriodic Symmetric Function (computational mathematics)
PSFPerennialized Stream Flow
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When illness forced him to quit, he took up a fellowship gifted to the university by the New York-based Phelps-Stokes Fund to encourage the social scientific study of black people in the South.
He announced that he hoped to do statistical work on Southern public school systems, "to show the difference between the school facilities for white children and those for colored children." All this time, his salary was paid by the Phelps-Stokes Fund, on the understanding that his work was relevant to the wider aims of the charity.
Hill became an active member of both the CIC's central committee and its Georgia State Committee on Race Relations, and worked with the CIC's education subcommittee (Phelps-Stokes Fund, 1919; Dorsey 1921).
FOUNDED IN 1911 to improve the living conditions of African Americans and Africans through better housing and education, the Phelps-Stokes Fund was a characteristically Progressive era mission, addressing people's situations rather than their racial and cultural identities.
The Phelps-Stokes Fund provides a useful lens into early twentieth-century racial ideology because its values are traceable through its publications and giving practices.
The Phelps-Stokes Fund's principles and actions reveal the way in which many northern liberals, although not explicitly racist, participated in the persistence of the Jim Crowism of the first half of the twentieth century by protecting the belief in black inferiority both in the U.S.
In 1920, the Phelps-Stokes Fund, based in New York, sent a commission to investigate educational conditions in West, South, and Equatorial Africa.
By 1937, Du Bois had secured a pledge of $125,000 from the Phelps-Stokes Fund to proceed with his project -- half of the funds needed to complete it.
In 1931, with support from the Phelps-Stokes Fund, some work on this idea was begun.
Some light was thrown on the matter by Franklin Williams, president of the Phelps-Stokes Fund, who served as Assistant Attorney General of California in the 1940s and as West Coast director of the N.A.A.C.P.
I think we get a good deal of help from Dr Jesse Jones, who recently visited this country on the African Education Commission under the auspices of the Phelps-Stokes Fund. With regard to character-training, I believe Dr Jones hit the nail on the head.