About

D. M. Cichiello: Writer, Educator, Historian of Science

D. M. Cicchiello (they/them/theirs) is a creative educating professional who has been producing compelling prose about science and technology for most of their academic career. Their scholarly interests include Science, Technology and Society, the History of Medicine, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Disability Studies, History of Technology, Queer Studies, and German History. Currently located in Corvallis, OR, Cicchiello has also been operating as an independent contractor for private debate tutoring for about a year and specializes in Congressional, Lincoln-Douglas, and Parliamentary Debate.

  • (2017-2019) Oregon State University
  • M.A.History of Science
    • Summa Cum Laude
      • Graduate Assistantship (2017-2019)
      • Mary Jones and Thomas Hart Horning Endowment International Research Grant

  • (2013-2017): Franklin and Marshall College
  • B.A. History, Religious Studies, with a focus on Science, Technology, and Society
    • Cum Laude
      • Reverend Arthur W. Barley Prize in Religious Studies (2017)
      • Benjamin Franklin Prize in Science and Technological Studies (2017)
      • Nissley Scholar Grant (2016)
      • Lucille and William Hackman Fellowship (2016)