A guest post from Pascale Lane at Dr. Isis' blog explains how to negotiate a start-up package. First, she says to find people in the field who have been assistant professors for a few years and ask them what they think they did well and what they would have changed in their own start-up packages. "Start-up packages should include space, technical support, and adequate time to develop your vision," Lane writes.

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