Responding to recent movements exploring praxis possibilities for rhetoric of science scholars, my presentation shows one potential way for a student of rhetoric to be situated in a large science grant project and laboratory. This essay explores the promising benefits for rhetoric of science scholarship and grant project administration.
rhetoric of science, praxis, National Science Foundation, broader impacts, grant administration, science communication
Copyright © 2014 Sara B. Parks
Recommended CitationParks, Sara B. "Is There Room for a Student of Rhetoric in a Giant NSF Grant Project?." Poroi 10, Iss. 1 (2014): Article 8. http://dx.doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1177
I would like to thank Iowa NSF EPSCoR (Grant Number EPS-1101284) for funding my travel to the National Communication Association pre-conference of the Association for Rhetoric of Science and Technology and for supporting my dissertation research. I would also like to thank Jean Goodwin and all the ARST panel members and audience for their feedback.