Terri Barnes, daughter of Ivan and Judith Barnes of Annapolis, has received the Achievement Key Award and the 1991-1992 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Award from Salisbury State University.
The Achievement Key Award is based on outstanding scholarship and campus service. Students also must have earned a 3.6 grade point average for two straight semesters before being nominated.
The criteria for the Who's Who award includes scholarship and leadership in academic, community, athletic and extracurricular activities.
A 1989 graduate of Broadneck High School, Terri is a junior majoring in liberal studies and communication arts. She is a Dean's List student, a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society and an admissions tour guide. She also has served as president of the Student Government Association.
Perkins is president
Annapolis attorney Roger A. Perkins was installed as the 1992-1993 president of the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) during an annual meeting June 13 in Ocean City.
Perkins has been a practicing attorney for 23 years and has been active with the MSBA for 10 years. As president, Perkins will prepare members for the future by offering advanced law firm technology and automation discussions.
He earned his J.D. with honors from George Washington University in Washington and serves on the Governor's Task Force on Family Law. His practice deals with family law and general litigation.
Myers named director
The U.S. Naval Academy has appointed Karen L. Myers as director of media relations and Diane W. Olmstead as director of publications.
As director of media relations, Myers will oversee the daily activities of the academy's print media office.
She came to the academy in April from the National Endowment for the Humanities in Washington, where she was a media relations specialist for over four years. Myers graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Maryland with a degree in English and radio-TV-film. She lives in Annapolis.
Olmstead joined the academy in October and manages the design, editing and production of most of the academy's brochures and publications. Before starting her new post, Olmstead was director of public information at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills.
A graduate of Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., she is pursuing a master's degree in publications design at the University of Baltimore's Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts. Olmstead resides in Arnold.
Dale plays on
James Dale, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra's principal oboist and organist for the U.S. Naval Academy, participated in the American Symphony Orchestra League's national conference in Washington.
He was a member of the panel discussion on Reducing Musician Stress. Dale recently was the featured organist with the Morgan State Choir.
His third compact disc, Exultate, has just been released and features organ music from the Naval Academy Chapel.