No one knows how many people can be impacted by one gesture of generosity better than James Kirkwood ('65).
When Jim made gifts toward the School of Pharmacy Brick Walkway, he honored the memory and careers of friends
and colleagues whose names are now permanently inscribed in the walkway up to Salk Hall. He also directly
affected the education of the students at the School of Pharmacy, providing current support for the school's
most crucial needs. "It's an easy and great way to make a lasting tribute and give back to the school," Jim says. "An
investment in the School of Pharmacy is an investment in the next century of University of Pittsburgh pharmacy
graduates." Each year, new equipment is purchased, computer access enhanced, and classrooms
are modernized all through support from alumni and friends, such as James kirkwood, Anita Speranzo
Barchetti ('84), and Debra Davis ('00), who made gifts to inscribe names on these bricks.
You can join these alumni and the more than 500 individuals who have already taken their places on the walkway
by making a donation to the Brick Walkway. In return for your completed pledge of $750, a brick will be inscribed
with your name and graduation year or that of a family member or friend (bricks also make wonderful gifts). You
will receive a certificate commemorating your gift, and your brick will be placed alongside others in the walkway,
which serves as a visible testament to the strength of our alumni and their continued commitment to the University.
With your support, the School of Pharmacy will remain in the vanguard of pharmacy education.
Your gift to the School of Pharmacy Brick Walkway is tax deductible. If you are making your gift in payments over time,
a reminder will be sent to you before each payment is due.
Questions may be directed to:
School of Pharmacy
Office of Development