Harry Chatters Taylor

Harry Chatters Taylor

Social Work
Inducted in 2016

Harry is a fourth year PhD student in social work at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. His research focuses on social isolation among older adults, with specific emphasis on older African Americans. Harry plans on using his research to increase awareness of social isolation and its harmful effects, and to mitigate the prevalence of social isolation. Harry has published his work on social isolation through a book chapter, two coauthored journal publications, 14 conference presentations, and two research briefs. Harry’s academic honors include being selected for the Association of Gerontological Education in Social Work Pre-Dissertation Fellowship, receiving the Geriatric Fellowship from the University of Michigan, receiving Dean Awards from the University of Michigan, and graduating with both Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa Honor Fraternity from Howard University.