Savannah Finley

Pronouns: she/her


Environmental Chemistry and Technology

Savannah Finley is an EC&T Ph.D. student advised by Matt Ginder-Vogel. Born and raised in Michigan, Savannah is a proud, first-generation college student, who graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Chemistry and a minor in Mathematics. Savannah is currently researching the long-term threats of geogenic contaminants to the water quality and quantity in the Midwestern Cambrian Ordovician Aquifer System. When not in the lab, Savannah can be found outside hiking, playing volleyball, painting, rock climbing, tuning into The Positive Mindset Podcast, and tending to her giant elephant ear plant, Elephanzo.