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Maggie Nilde Dannreuther
Research Associate

maggied@ngi.msstate.edu

Office: SSC
Phone: (228) 688-7141
Alt. Phone: (228) 217-6460

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

Biography

Maggie joined the Northern Gulf Institute (NGI) at Stennis Space Center in 2009, for communications and outreach, strategic plan development, and annual conference planning. In 2010, Maggie and several other NGI staff were contracted by the Gulf of Mexico Alliance for communications and outreach for the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI), a ten-year $500 million research program investigating the effects of the BP oil spill on the environment and public health. From then to December 2020, Maggie produced 650+ articles containing original content for the GoMRI website and provided communications support to the GoMRI Chief Science Officer. She also was lead author on the peer-reviewed paper Technological Advancements after Deepwater Horizon and co-author of two additional papers, all of which were published in the 2021 Special Issue of the Oceanography journal. In 2021, Maggie leads the effort to redesign the NGI website and provides communication support to NGI administration.

Maggie previously worked with the MSU Social Science Research Center Evaluation and Decision Support Laboratory, authoring or co-authoring 18 evaluation reports. She provided evaluation and research for NASA's Education Office at Stennis Space Center, the MS Department of Health, MS Delta Health Alliance, American Cancer Society, U.S. Space and Rocket Center, University of Southern Mississippi, and Marshall Space Flight Center. She also taught English at Saint Stanislaus high school.

Maggie received her M.B.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi and her B.A. in Secondary Education English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Recognitions include the 2016 MSU Centers and Institutes Research Support Award, the National Performance Review Hammer Award (NASA Stennis Space Center), and Outstanding Performance Award (Evaluation and Decision Support Laboratory, MSU Social Science Research Center).

Publications More Pubications

Bailey, D., Dannreuther, N. M., Maung-Douglas, E., Partyka, M., Sempier, S., Skelton, T., & Wilson, M. (2021). Dispersant Use and Impacts After the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. https://masgc.org/oilscience/oil-dispersants-impacts-synthesis.pdf: Sea Grant. [Document] [Document Site]

Bailey, D., Dannreuther, N. M., Maung-Douglass, E., Partyka, M., Sempier, S., Skelton, T., & Wilson, M. (2021). .Reflecting on Ecosystem Impacts from the Deepwater Horizon Spill. https://masgc.org/oilscience/oil-ecosystem-impacts-synthesis.pdf: Sea Grant. [Document] [Document Site]

Dannreuther, N. M., Halpern, D., Rullkotter, J., & Yoerger, D. (2021). Technological Developments Since the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. In R. Colwell; J. Shepherd; M. Feldman; C. Wilson; R. Shaw; M. Leinen (Eds.), Oceanography. Oceanography Society. 34(1), 192-211. DOI:https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2021.126. [Document]

Zimmerman, L., Feldman, M., Benoit, D. S., Carron, M. J., Dannreuther, N. M., Fillingham, K. H., Gibeaut, J. C., Petitt, J. L., Ritchie, J. B., Rossi, R. R., Siempier, S. H., Shaw, J. K., Swanseen, J. L., Wilson, C. A., Yanoff, C. J., & Colwell, R. R. (2021). From Disaster to Understanding: Formation and Accomplishments of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. In R. Colwell; J. Shepherd; M. Feldman; C. Wilson; R. Shaw; M. Leinen (Eds.), Oceanography. Oceanography Society. 34(1), 16-29. DOI:https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2021.114. [Document]

Wilson, C. A., Feldman, M. G., Carron, M. C., Dannreuther, N. M., Farrington, J. W., Halanych, K. M., Petitt, J. L., Rullkotter, J., Sandifer, P. A., Shaw, J. K., Westerholm, D. G., Yanoff, C. J., & Zimmerman, L. A. (2021). Summary of Findings and Research Recommendations from the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. In R. Colwell; J. Shepherd; M. Feldman; C. Wilson; R. Shaw; M. Leinen (Eds.), Oceanography. Oceanography Society. 34(1), 228-239. DOI:https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2021.128. [Document]