Olgado, Benedict Salazar
Bono is on study leave as he is pursuing his PhD in Informatics and Global Studies at the University of California, Irvine. When he was teaching full-time, he taught archival theory and practice at the UPSLIS. He has advanced pedagogical training and certifications on evidence-based learning and learning-through-diversity. From mentoring first-generation undergraduates to helping incoming underrepresented minorities in graduate programs, Bono serves as a mentor in numerous campus-wide programs seeking to help students navigate academia while also working with others in finding ways to improve campus climate.
Memory, technology and document(ation) studies in relation to human rights
- Master of Moving Image Archiving and Preservation, New York University, 2012
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Social Sciences (Double Major), Ateneo de Manila University, 2009