A great thing about working for a university is how it affords opportunities to contribute to cool, unexpected projects. Last October, I was approached by the University of Missouri’s Journalism School about the Journalism and Women’s Symposium (JAWS). Growing out of a panel discussion at the university in the 1980s, the symposium has involved several high-profile journalists since its creation. It was also explained to me by J-School faculty that an effort was previously underway to interview founding JAWS members. A collection of interviews and the associated content is now provided online on a website that I helped to build. The majority of work was not mine, but it’s always rewarding to see a project come to fruition.