Teaching Faculty

Dax Soule

Dax Soule is an Assistant Professor of Marine Geophysics in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Queens College. Dr. Soule is a field-oriented geophysicist with a background in solid earth geophysics, oceanography, cloud computing, and STEM education. His research uses marine geophysical techniques coupled with modern computational methods to explore the structure of the ocean crust near mid-ocean ridge spreading centers. Dr. Soule serves on the Ocean Observatories Initiative Facilities Board and currently has NSF funded experiments in the Bransfield Strait Antarctica and at Axial Volcano in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Dr. Soule is also interested in pedagogical science and is a Principal Investigator for an NSF-funded effort to develop and test active learning modules focused on high frequency environmental data. Dr. Soule received his B.S. in Geophysics from Texas A&M University and his PhD. from the University of Washington’s School of Oceanography.

  • July 22 - July 25
    • Climate Justice


      Holden Village is a community where your questions are valued and encouraged. Most programs led by visiting teaching faculty occur during the summer months. However, Holden also invites faculty to teach sessions for special events and retreats throughout the rest of the year.
      Check out a list of the 2024 Summer Faculty.