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Hilary Rosenberg of Potomac, a sophomore majoring in inclusive elementary and special education at Syracuse University in New York, was named an academic peer counselor for the School of Education for the 2002-2003 academic year.

Air Force Airman Yunling Shi has graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Leonard Shi of North Potomac and a 2001 graduate of Thomas S. Wootton High in Rockville.

Erik H. Lambert of Rockville, a junior at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, is spending the fall semester of the 2002-2003 academic year in New Zealand enrolled in a course of studies at the University of Otago. A graduate of Bullis School, he is the son of David Lambert of Potomac and Patricia Lambert of Rockville. He is majoring in English.

A group of local students were named semifinalists in the 2003 National Achievement Scholarship Program.

From Potomac, Lauren B. Banks, of Winston Churchill High, is a semifinalist.

From Bethesda, Rachel A. Brushett, Catherine E. Cushen-berry and Andrea S. Young, of Holton-Arms School; Charles D. Cole, of Landon School; and Sarah Diouf, Diana E. Edelin and Virginia J. Jones, of Stone Ridge Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, are semifinalists; and from Rockville, Josiah M. Young, of Montrose Christian School, is a semifinalist.

Juliana Cole, an Earlham College sophomore and daughter of Timothy and M. Judith Cole of Potomac, is enrolled in the New York Arts Program. Cole has a full-time apprenticeship in visual, performing or media arts.

Nicole F. Schulman of Cabin John is participating in Bates College Junior Semester Abroad Program. A history major and dean’s list student, Schulman is studying at University of Queen Mary in London, England.

She is the daughter of Steven Schulman and Patricia Freiberg of Cabin John and a 2000 graduate of Walt Whitman High.

Teresa Kolf of Rockville was named a Commended Student in the 2003 National Merit Scholarship Program, which places her in the top five percent of more than one million students who entered the competition.

Entering McDaniel College in Westminster, Md., this fall: Bradford C. Carman, son of Susan and Edward Carman of Potomac; Benjamin R. Miller, son of Sherry Rhodes and Stephen Miller of Potomac; John M Floyd, son of Jane and John Floyd of Bethesda; and Carolyn D. Nash, daughter of Ramelle Gunzelman of Bethesda.