14305155614_68f7b1effc_hCHARS is a great resource for anyone interested in pursuing a career in a field related to research and/or healthcare. Our meetings and events provide undergraduates with an opportunity to meet and network with other students as well as supplement their academic in-class experiences with volunteer work, pre-professional development and career exploration.

As a member of CHARS, you will have a chance to network with staff, student leaders, and experienced researchers within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences as well as within other parts of the university community. You will also have a chance to talk with medical and graduate students and discuss the application processes and life in professional school. We also provide mentoring and information for those students considering pursuing an Honors in Research degree through CALS.

The CALS Health and Research Society CALS Undergraduate Research Symposium took place on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016. It will take place on the 1st floor atrium and Ebling Symposium Center in the Microbial Sciences Building from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

View what our 2016 Presenters brought to the Symposium.

Additional Information

  • Membership Requirements (for example GPA requirements, membership fees)
    Membership is open to all enrolled university students. Programming is primarily targeted to students within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
  • Which of these most accurately describes the student membership of your organization? (not including non-student members)
    Open to Undergraduate Students only.
  • If you have Local, National, or International Affiliation, please list your parent organization here (e.g., Habitat for Humanity (UW-Madison Chapter) would list that they are an affiliate of Dane County Habitat for Humanity).
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences of UW-Madison.
  • Please list all the members of your organization you would like to be authorized to make room reservations on campus. (List each member’s full name)
    John Klatt, Nikki Bollig, Samuel Schmitz, Jackson Moran, Kris Carlson, Jamee Schoephoerster