The Pathway of Innovation is a program developed and executed by the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Alumni Association (UKEAA). Funds generated by the campaign are used to support student programs and activities as well as annually awarded Leadership Scholarships. Because such programs enhance students’ University of Kentucky experience, the Pathway of Innovation is a key component of the UKEAA’s efforts to assist in attracting and retaining high-caliber students with demonstrated leadership potential.
You are invited to become a part of our history by purchasing your own personalized, engraved brick on the Pathway of Innovation. The bricks are laid in the iconic Joseph G. and Suzanne W. Teague Courtyard, commemorating your connection to the College of Engineering in a special way. Customize your brick by announcing your name and class year, mentioning a special group, dedicating a message to someone special or stating your affiliation with the College of Engineering.
We reserve the right to move your purchased bricks/pavers once they have been installed in the Teague Courtyard.
Please note: souvenir bricks in the amount of $20 and $25 cannot be placed in the Teague Courtyard. They will only be mailed to the purchaser.
You can pay for this in two ways:
- Visit https://uky.networkforgood.com/causes/6192-pathway-of-innovation-project-fund and pay via credit card. Just fill out all of the information and you will receive notice of your online payment.
- Mail a check payable to the “University of Kentucky” with “Pathways of Innovation Fund” to the University of Kentucky, College of Engineering, Office of Alumni & Philanthropy, 255 Ralph G. Anderson Building, Lexington, KY, 40506-0503
All contributions qualify for a tax deduction.
4” X 8”
$250 For Alumni & Friends
8” X 8”
$350 For Alumni & Friends
$550 for Corporate
4” X 8” bricks can hold up to three lines of text with a maximum of 18 characters per line (characters include spaces and any punctuation).
8” X 8” bricks can hold up to five lines of text with a maximum of 18 characters per line.
The College of Engineering Alumni Association reserves the right of final approval of all copy to be engraved on the bricks.