Dr. Newell was born in Nashville July 1, 1933 and died November 7, 2017 at the age of 84.He is preceded in death by his parents Paul H. Newell, Sr. and Nan Williams Dr. Newell was born in Nashville July 1, 1933 and died November 7, 2017 at the age of 84.He is preceded in death by his parents Paul H. Newell, Sr. and Nan Williams Newell. His mother died in 1943 and his father later married Ruth Covington Taylor Newell. He attended Bailey Junior High School, East Nashville High School; The University of Tennessee, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and numerous post-Doc programs. He was in the Fifth Regiment of First Marine Division in Korean Conflict and received a purple heart. He received his BS and MS degrees from UT and his M.E. and Ph.D. from MIT. He then went on to Alabama and Texas to start up a Bioengineering
Program and was Professor and Head of Combined Programs of Behavioral Engineering, Bioengineering, Cybernetic Engineering, Hygiene and Safety Engineering, and Industrial Engineering at Texas A&M University from 1972-1975. In 1975 he became President of New Jersey Institute of Technology and was on many boards. He moved back to Tennessee in 1986 and began reading and writing a new novel about social science. He is survived by his loving wife and partner of over 42 years; Martha Bingham Newell, and two sons Paul, III and Mike and a daughter Nan and step-daughter Melissa; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
My ADVICE FOR HUMANKIND: "Commence to experiment and
learn how best to confront entropic reality and thereby beginning
to experiment and learn on the cultural level, rather than
continuing to fuss and fight over various belief systems and
thereby prolonging our state of ignorance." Paul H. Newell, Jr.