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Newton Bennie Everett

educator

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