Home | Dr. Rahni on the web | Professional Annual Activities | Why Chemistry? | Curriculum and Lecture Documents | ECQs | KSAs | Tutorial
   
  Picture Gallery
   
 
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
2001 American Chemical Society President Dr. Attila Pavlath,2000 ACS NY Chair Dr. David N. Rahni, and 2001 ACS President Dr. Eli Pearce at the 2001 Nichols Banquet, White Plains, New York.
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
David N. Rahni, Alyssa Malen and Steve D. Pastor at the ACS Students' Research Symposium 1991 New York.
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
David N. Rahni, Sylvia Mazzella, Peter Corfield and his studentWestchester Chemical Society's Students' Award 1992.
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
Fay N. Rahni, Samuel Danishefsky, Harry Wasserman, Sarah Danishefsky, David N. Rahni, Nichols Symposium and Banquet 1999 WhitePlains
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
David N. Rahni, Joan Shield, Attilla Pavalth at the Rockeffeler University Chemical Historical Landmark Event 2000.
click to enlarge this photo. Keynote Speakers at the ACS Symposium on Contributionsof Foreign Born Chemists Ernest Elliel and Tom Kucera sitting, David N. Rahni on back Anaheim, CA 1990.
click to enlarge this photo. William nichols II, David N. Rahni (2000 ACSNY Chair), Peter Corfield, and Barry Trost of Stanford University the Nichols Awardee.
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
2001 Nichols Awardee Stuart Schreiber of Harvard, Lesley Davenport (2002 ACSNY Chair) and David N. Rahni
click to enlarge this photo. The outstanding College Teacher Award 31st MARM of ACS, David Rahni (General Chair)
click to enlarge this photo. David and Fay N. Rahni
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
Family picture Bobby, Sarah, Ozzie, Fay and David N. Rahni (1997)
click to enlarge this photo. L-R:
Children Bobby,Ozzie and Sarah Rahni (1997)
The content of this website is accurate to the best of our knowledge,and will be updated periodically. Materials herein may be reproduced with prior authorization from D.N.Rahni.