The Rowena Reed Kostellow Fund was established at Pratt Institute in 1988 to celebrate and communicate the philosophy and expression of one of the most recognized design educators of the 20th century. She fostered a dialogue with her students that continued long after their formal education. The Fund's mission is to continue that dialogue and introduce her ideas to designers not fortunate enough to have had her as their professor, or to have been exposed to her continued teachings in the Pratt Industrial Design program. Miss Reed believed that, for designers, beauty and the thoughtful manipulation of form are at the core of their role in the development of products, images or architectural form and space.The RRK Fund continues Rowena's teachings through scholarships, publishing and programs. The Fund is governed by a board and an inclusive committee of supporters.