One of the tenets of TRI’s mission is training, and that includes providing guidance and feedback on students’ academic writing and research presentations. These are some helpful resources and style guides, and you can always contact the TRI office directly with questions.
TRI bulletin authors should refer to these detailed guidelines:
Proposal and Manuscript Writing
- Yale Center for Teaching and Learning - Writing Seminars, groups, and one-on-one consultations
- Yale Center for Social Science Information - Workshops and trainings on library databases, citation managers and other topics
- Writing Science: How to Write Papers that get Cited and Proposals that get Funded by Joshua Schimel
- “Twelve tips on writing a good scientific paper” by John A. Elefteriades - in International Journal of Angiology, Vol 11 (2002), 53-55.
- “Twenty-one suggestions for writing good scientific papers” by Ken Lertzman - in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America (1996).
- “Writing with Clarity and Conciseness” by the Council of Biological Editors
Reading Strategies for Graduate Students
- Read like a Graduate Student
- How to Read a Book in Two Hours or Less
- How to Read-Like-a-Grad-Student