Author: Leah Ceccarelli (University of Washington - Seattle Campus)
Rhetoricians involved in funded collaborative research with scientists have discussed some of their own rhetorical choices in conveying to their research partners the unique and valuable contributions made by rhetorical inquiry. But different definitions of what expertise is offered by someone trained in rhetoric as a field of study shape their conclusions, as does the fact that most are in the early stages of this collaborative work. They have provided an energetic start to what promises to be a spirited, valuable, and lengthy conversation about how rhetoricians of science might think about the broader impacts of their research.
Keywords: rhetoric of science, public scholarship, public outreach
How to Cite: Ceccarelli, L. (2014) “Where’s the Rhetoric? Broader Impacts in Collaborative Research”, Poroi. 10(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1182