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Heather S. Sussman Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, New York;

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Ajay Raghavendra U.S. Army, Latham, New York

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Corresponding author: Ajay Raghavendra, araghavendra@albany.edu

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In the article titled “The financial dilemma of students pursuing an atmospheric science graduate degree in the United States” by Card et al. (2020), the University of Arizona failed to accurately self-report their annual graduate research or teaching assistantships stipend for a newly admitted first-year graduate student (without an MS) for the 2020–21 academic year. The University of Arizona reported $19,139.00 as their annual stipend. However, they neglected to account for a graduate students’ summer stipend of $ 7,942.00. This discrepancy was brought to the authors’ and BAMS’s attention in August 2021 by the University of Arizona, and the authors of Card et al. (2020) were requested to revise Table 1 by AMS Publications. This correction resulted in an annual compensation of $27,081.00, and an increase in the effective income from $12,287.31 to $20,389.15 for the University of Arizona.

Table 1.

List showing the annual stipend, annual mandatory fees, state income tax, annual housing costs, meal and incidental (M&IE) rates, standardized cost of living (SCL), raw income, and effective income for the 39 universities analyzed in the study. All values except SCL are in U.S. dollars.

Table 1.
Table 1.

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Card, D., H. S. Sussman, and A. Raghavendra , 2020: The financial dilemma of students pursuing an atmospheric science graduate degree in the United States. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 101, E1524E1536, https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-19-0122.1.

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