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.

Research Interest

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

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Date:  2022-03-07 04:08:52