E-Squared is an international print publication that draws from both art + science and is the embodiment of this synergy.
Founded & directed by Emily A. Dustman, E-Squared sets out to present new and groundbreaking ideas developed by artists, scientists, engineers, and all thinkers alike. By blending art and science, E-Squared seeks to generate questions, creative thought, experimentation, collaboration, and innovation with the hope of sparking real social and cultural change.
Issue #1 | The Animal & Human Condition
Issue #2 | The Environment & Human Impact
Issue #3 | Man, Machine, & Power
Issue #4 | Earth, Connectivity, & Restoration
Issue #5 | The Water Cycle
Issue #6 | Technosociety
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Awards & Honors
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E-Squared is an award-winning magazine, winning the Division 1 Silver Award / “Best of Category” by the Printing & Imaging Association of MidAmerica [all issues of the magazine are printed in the U.S.A.]
About the Founder
scientist + artist / creative director:
Emily A. Dustman
Emily A. Dustman is an artist and scientist who has been published in various journals for research regarding species of conservation concern. She has collected species in new geographic ranges last documented in the 1800s (Siren intermedia), has improved upon and invented new sex determination techniques for turtles (Chelydra serpentina), and has successfully executed genetic engineering in amphibians (Hyla cinerea).
Dustman has spent the last decade teaching at various colleges fusing art and science in her curriculum and she has served as a curriculum developer implementing STEAM initiatives (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, & Mathematics) for biology departments across New England and the Midwest. In 2015, she completed a Natural Science Illustration program at Rhode Island School of Design and through research at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ), painted the Turtles of Rhode Island for the state and the Roger Williams Park Zoo.
Dustman currently works as a science educator and teaches cellular biology, immunology, organismal, and environmental science courses at local universities. She instructs sci-art workshops for botanical gardens and exhibits at science centers around the country.
Want to Contribute?
The first four issues of E-Squared were written and edited entirely by Emily A. Dustman. Beginning with Issue #5, E-Squared began working with contributing writers. Interested in writing content for E-Squared? E-mail info (at) esquaredmagazine (dot) com with the subject line “Writing.” Include a brief introduction of who you are with two writing samples.