Mai is an Associate Professor at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet). Before joining RegNet in February 2019, Mai worked for the School of Law, University of Reading; the Centre for Criminology, the University of Oxford
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On December 12, RegNet celebrated the achievements of its graduating students in 2019, including the inaugural graduates of the Master of Criminology, Justice and Regulation (MCJR) program.
Congratulations to our graduating students:
-Kate Ogg (Doctor of Philosophy)
-Lisa Buffington (Master of Philosophy)
-Nada Jevtovic (MCJR)
-Charlotte Chung (MCJR)
-Emma Guo (MCJR)
-Michael Stone (MCJR)
-Sally Commins (MCJR)
Image (left to right): Associate Professor Mai Sato, Nada Jevtovic, Sally Commins, Charlotte Chung, Lisa Buffington, Michael Stone, Emma Guo, Professor Sharon Friel
“I’m so proud of the first graduates of the MCJR program. As convenor, I was able to witness students advance and successfully apply regulation and governance insights to criminological issues. I wish everyone all the best!” said Associate Professor Mai Sato, MCJR convenor.
RegNet also celebrated the award of the J.G. Crawford Prize to Dr Anthea Roberts for her outstanding PhD thesis which she completed under the supervision of Professor Hilary Charlesworth.
Watch the graduation ceremony video.