All TRI Fellows are required to provide the following deliverables.

1. Before your research, submit a headshot (or other image) and revised summary text for the TRI website Fellows page.

2. During the summer research, provide one photo and a short blog article from the field, as well as a copy of their plane ticket as proof of travel.

3. In the fall semester (Oct) after your research, provide a Grant Report, consisting of your TRI proposal, modified to cover exactly what you did during your research as well as a short 1­-page summary of your results and recommendations for future research.

4. In the fall semester (Nov) after your research, provide a brief interview-­style or general audience summary of your research for publication on your Fellows page of the TRI website.

5. In the fall semester (Dec) after your research, submit a manuscript to Tropical Resources, the TRI Bulletin. This opportunity provides partner organisations with a product from your research and continued training for you in the whole research process, from idea to manuscript. Options include a summary of your research experience, a chapter of your thesis, or a commentary or forum article discussing the research issue in a broader context. Other submissions may be considered. All submissions are automatically consid­ered for the Burch Prize, a $1,000 award honoring the Founding Director of TRI, Professor Bill Burch. TRI staff are available to edit and advise through this process. We encourage and support publishing in outside journals as well.

6. Present your research at the TRI Spring Symposium, in the following spring semester.

7. Acknowledge the support of TRI in products and publications resulting from this research: “This reseach was partially supported by funding from the Yale Tropical Resources Insitute”. Please submit a PDF of any publication resulting from TRI support to so that we can track your success!