Cornell-Led Programs and Student Organizations Take On Mutual Efforts to Support Prison Education

In pursuit of fairer education access for incarcerated individuals, multiple campus and student programs collaborate with faculty and students to support criminal justice. Jodi Anderson Jr. is an example of how these various efforts can succeed. He is an alumnus of Cornell Prison and Education Program, before enrolling at Cornell in 2016. He transferred to Stanford after two years, and is now starting his own business. Last month, Anderson was invited back on campus by Cornell Prison Education and Reform Project, to share his life path, inspiring more Cornellians to support prison education.