Maggie Dannreuther
GRI Affiliated Personnel

maggied@ngi.msstate.edu

Office: SSC
Phone: (228) 688-2003
Alt. Phone: (228) 217-6460

MSU Science and Technology Center
1021 Balch Blvd
Stennis Space Center, MS 39529

Biography:
Maggie Dannreuther, in her role as a coordinator for the Northern Gulf Institute, is a member of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) management team. She curates the GoMRI website and develops original content for the GoMRI website. She provides direct support to the GoMRI Chief Science Officer for public and internal communications.

Ms Dannreuther's professional experiences include working in corporate, academic, and government environments in roles of business analysis and development, marketing, evaluation, strategic planning, project and operations management, and teaching.

In previous work as a research associate with the Mississippi State University's Social Science Research Center, Ms Dannreuther provided evaluation and research for NASA's Education Office at Stennis Space Center and for other organizations such as the MS Department of Health, Delta Health Alliance, American Cancer Society, U.S. Space and Rocket Center, University of Southern Mississippi, and Marshall Space Flight Center. Prior work includes employment at Dole Fresh Fruit Company and Saint Stanislaus College Preparatory High School.

Ms Dannreuther received her M.B.A. in December 2004 from the University of Southern Mississippi and her B.A. in Secondary Education English in May 1993 from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.


Selected PublicationsTotal Publications by Maggie Dannreuther:  158 
Dannreuther, N. M., Ellis, S. C., & Ritchie, J. B. (2015). Study Reveals Oil Spill Changed Oxygen Conditions in Gulf Sediment. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. [Document Site]

Skelton, T., Dannreuther, N. M., & Ritchie, J. B. (2015). Grad Student Johansen Counts Bubbles to Understand Natural Oil Seeps. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. [Document Site]

Ellis, S. C., Dannreuther, N. M., & Ritchie, J. B. (2015). Grad Student Temkin Links Dispersant Component with Fat Cell Differentiation. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. [Document Site]

Dannreuther, N. M., & Ritchie, J. B. (2015). Research on Oil Biodegradation and Monitoring That Informs Spill Response. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. [Document Site]

Dannreuther, N. M., & Ritchie, J. B. (2015). Research on Dispersants That Informs Oil Spill Response. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. [Document Site]

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