Between January 2005 and Spring 2007 more than a dozen UCSC graduate students of world history collaborated in developing a two quarter model globalized U.S. history survey course. It is being made available here to support and inspire the development of a new globalized U.S. survey for the 21st century. With guidance from the founding director of the Center for World History, Edmund \"Terry\" Burke III (right), four UCSC graduate students in History presented a new model curriculum for U.S. history to the June 2006 meeting of the World History Association in Long Beach. The panel on \"Globalizing the U.S. History Survey\" included papers by (from left to right) Sarah Doub, Anders Otterness, Urmi Engineer, and Eliza Martin.
Marie-Laure has considerable experience of the Marine Insurance and of the African Continent and was appointed in 2005 Managing Director of a leading marine survey company. Over the years, she has constantly trained in Marine Claims Handling and Recoveries, and she is now pursuing exams with the aim of becoming a Fellow of the Association of Average Adjusters in London.
February 4, 2005: Marietta M. Urquhart, Karen Phifer Brooks, and Joe H. Ritch were elected to The University of Alabama Board of Trustees. Urquhart graduated from UAB in 1976 with a degree in English and Mass Communications.
August 25, 2005: Speakers at the first meeting of the UAB Commission on the Status of Women were President Carol Z. Garrison, Provost Eli Capilouto, and Dr. Louis Dale, Vice President for Equity and Diversity.
September 16, 2005: The UAB Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center and the UAB Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease Core Center were approved by The University of Alabama Board of Trustees. Drs. Ernesto R. Drelichman and Lisa Guay-Woodford were named, respectively, as directors of the new centers.
December 13, 2005: Athletic Director Watson Brown stepped down to resume his position as Head Football Coach. He was replaced by Richard L. Margison, UAB's vice president for Financial Affairs and Administration, who became interim Athletic Director.
December 2005: Dr. Robert M. Centor became the second Associate Dean of the University of Alabama School of Medicine Huntsville Program after having served in that capacity on an interim basis.
Harold E. Salem was born near Belle Fourche, South Dakota and graduated from Belle Fourche High School. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Black Hills State University. He then graduated from Northwestern Bible School and Seminary, Minneapolis, earning a Master's degree in Theology. He also earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Lombard, Illinois.In June of 1944, he began serving the First Baptist Church of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, his home church and his first church. In January 1958, he accepted the call to the First Baptist Church of Aberdeen, South Dakota, where he served for 52 1/2 years, during which time a new sanctuary, Christian Education building, gymnasium, and youth center were built.Christian Worship Hour began in January of 1979 by telecasting live worship services on a single TV station, KABY-TV in Aberdeen. In August 2010, he resigned from First Baptist Church to give full time to the Christian Worship Hour as a preacher offering TV and radio worship services around the world. Today, the broadcast is carried on hundreds of television and radio stations across the country. Digital podcasts of services can be reached on nine platforms which include Apple, I-Tunes, Spotify, and I-Heart Radio.Pastor Salem and his wife Beulah have four children: Sharron, Daniel, Patty, and Michael. His wife, Beulah, went to be with the Lord on Christmas Eve, 2005. Of her, Pastor Salem writes, \"If I have attained any good in this life it is because of the help of Jesus Christ and my dear wife, Beulah, who stood by me, believed in me, encouraged me for 59 1/2 years and without whose loving help I could not have run the race.\"Pastor Salem entered into the presence of the Lord on December 18, 2020, in Aberdeen, SD. The legacy he left will endure for generations, and today, the Christian Worship Hour is reaching more people than ever before. 1e1e36bf2d