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Newton Bennie Everett

Newton Bennie Everett, American educator. Recipient Distinguished Alumnus citation North Texas State University, 1972.

Background

  • Everett, Newton Bennie was born on May 12, 1916 in Dundee, Texas, United States. Son of Henry B. and Lula Mae (Williams) Everett.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, North Texas State University, 1937, Master of Science, 1938. Doctor of Philosophy. (teaching fellow 1940-1942), University of Michigan, 1942.

    Career

    • Instructor anatomy University of Michigan, 1942-1946. Assistant professor of University Washington, 1946-1948, associate professor, 1948-1957, administrative officer, 1955-1961, professor, 1957-1978, department chairman anatomy, professor, department chairman biological structure, 1961-1978.

    Works

    • Associate editor Anatomical Record, 1958-1974. Advisory editor International Review Cytology, Journal Reticuloendothelial Society.

    Membership

    Member anatomical science training grant committee National Institutes of Health, 1963-1964, 69-73, chairman, 1971-1973. Member anatomy test committee National Board Medical Examiners, 1967-1972. Member American Association Anatomists (president 1977-1978), American Society Immunology, American, International societies cell biology, International, American societies hematology, Royal Society Medicine (affiliate), Reticuloendothelial Society (councillor 1972-1976, president-elect 1978), Association Anatomy Chairman (1st president 1969-1970), Sigma Xi.

    Connections

    • Married Naomi Doris Briggs, September 11, 1940. Children: Peter Ben, James Briggs.
    • father: Henry B. Everett
    • mother: Lula Mae (Williams) Everett
    • spouse: Naomi Doris Briggs
    • children: Peter Ben Everett
    • James Briggs Everett
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    Born March 12, 1916
    Died March 23, 1978
    (aged 62)
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