Contemporary concerns about public engagement in science communication collaboratives are a pressing area of praxis in rhetoric of science, technology, and medicine. This short paper describes the rhetorical engagements in a science and environmental communication program at the University of Arizona called the Carson Scholars Program. I argue an applied research program on the rhetorical properties of scientific uncertainties is one angle of inquiry where rhetoricians can make valuable contributions in these outreach efforts.
Keywords: rhetoric of science, uncertainties, transdisciplinary, collaboration, outreach, Carson Scholars Program
How to Cite:
Walker, K. C., (2014) “Rhetorical Properties of Scientific Uncertainties: Public Engagement in the Carson Scholars Program”, Poroi 10(1), 1-8. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1178
Rights: Copyright © 2014 Kenny C. Walker