Bioethics is a vibrant, interdisciplinary field engaging in the most important and cutting-edge ethical issues concerning biomedical research and the delivery of health care today. The Undergraduate Bioethics Society at CWRU is a student-run organization that fosters bioethics education outside the classroom. Society activities include bioethics debate, undergraduate publishing, conference planning, career and internship planning, and social events. The Bioethics Society welcomes students from all academic disciplines. Exposure to the field of Bioethics at the undergraduate level provides excellent pre-professional preparation for students aspiring to a career in health care, biomedical research, law, social work, philosophy, or other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.