Michael C. Morgan 2007-2008 AMS/UCAR Congressional Science Fellow. During his fellowship year, he is working in the office of U.S. Senator Benjamin Cardin (MD) as a senior legislative fellow. His work in Senator Cardin’s office focuses on energy and environment issues. He is on sabbatical leave from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he is a professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. Michael’s research focuses on the analysis, diagnosis, and predictability of mid-latitude and tropical weather systems. He is chair of the department’s Undergraduate program. Michael has served as a member of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) University Relations Committee and UCAR’s Unidata Users Committee. Michael currently serves on the advisory panels for NCAR’s Mesoscale Microscale Meteorology division and UCAR’s high performance computing lab. Michael received his Ph.D. and S.B. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He enjoys competitive weather forecasting, racquetball, and bowling.