Elise, sociologist emeritus of Dartmouth College and the University of Colorado, helped to found peace studies programs at both of these institutions.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Peace Studies Program (various universities)
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We have 656 other meanings of PSP in our Acronym Attic
- Partido Sociedad Patriótica (Spanish: Patriotic Society Party, Ecuador)
- Partners for Sacred Places
- Passenger Screening Program
- Path Selection Plugin (software)
- Pathways to Success Program (various organizations)
- Patient Safety Practices
- Patrol Seaplane (US Navy)
- Payload Signal Processor
- Payment Service Provider
- Payroll Savings Plan
- Peach State Posse (Georgia corvette group)
- Pedestrian Safety Program (Canada)
- Penn State Philips
- Pennsylvania State Police
- People's Socialist Party (various locations)
- Peoples Salvation Party (Nigeria)
- Per-Survivor Processing
- Perforated Steel Planking (US DoD)
- Performance Service Plan (product service plan offered at Best Buy stores)
- Performance Share Plan
Samples in periodicals archive:
Beasley was an adjunct professor in the University of Missouri Peace Studies program and retired in 2009.
Since then, more than 200 people have graduated from the justice and peace studies program at St.
Cris Toffolo, who continues on the faculty as an assistant professor of political science, was dismissed as director of the Justice and Peace Studies program Aug.
Peace Studies: A Continuously Growing Field Although some claim that it was already a defined field of study as early as the 1950s and 1960s, most peace studies programs have been established in the United States since the 1970s (Ramsbotham, Woodhouse, and Miall 2005).
The first undergraduate peace studies program was founded in 1948 at Manchester College, an Indiana institution affiliated with the Church of the Brethren.
Since the early 1980s I've visited hundreds of schools to lecture and help organize peace studies programs.