Shalyce Wilson is currently an undergraduate student at Syracuse University pursuing a B.S. in Psychology and a B.A. in African American Studies and will be graduating in 2022. She is a research assistant in the university’s social psychology lab. Shalyce is currently working on research regarding interracial relationships and mental health. She plans to continue her education to obtain her Ph.D. in Social Psychology with a focus on African American psychology. She wishes to help bring light to the discipline of Black Psychology with research of her own.
The Wake-Robin Golf Club (WRGC) was the first and is the oldest African American women’s golf club in the United States. It was founded on April 22, 1937 in Washington, D.C. by Helen Webb Harris, a school teacher. The WRGC is named after the wake-robin … Read MoreThe Wake-Robin Golf Club (1937- )