In Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe in Japan, the president and members of the Cabrini community met with potential universities and discussed the possibilities of Cabrini students studying abroad, as well as staff-exchanges and potential co-sponsoring of academic conferences and research collaborations.
While in Shanghai and Suzhou in China, the president and staff visited with potential partner universities regarding studying abroad. A partnership agreement was signed to be the second U.S. consortium of colleges, where Dr. Taylor also represented the presidents of SEPCHE institutions. They were also involved in recruiting students from China to attend Cabrini.
Dr. Taylor and faculty visited Buenos Aires, Rosario and Villa Mercedes, visiting four K-12 schools, which were founded by Mother Cabrini. They worked on recruiting international students, connecting Cabrini students with studying abroad opportunities.
Dr. Taylor traveled around the world this summer to create partnerships with countries such as Argentina, China and Japan.