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Edit: The AMA is live! Join now and ask your questions! This Tuesday, March 15, ask your questions of Professor Lauren Duncan, who is teaching the upcoming course Psychology of Political Activism: Women Changing the World. (Check back here for the link when live!) Professor Lauren Duncan studies political psychology and gender; she has been engaged with this scholarship for over 25 years. She is particularly interested...

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Creativity & Entrepreneurship AMA
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Leverage your creativity to build a business with expert guidance from BerkleeICE Director Panos Panay. This Wednesday, January 27, ask your questions of Panos Panay, head of Berklee’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE). He is currently teaching Creativity and Entrepreneurship course on edX. AMA means “Ask Me Anything.” Questions about entrepreneurship, creativity, the music industry, his research, and more, are all fair game. (Current students,...

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reddit AMA: Tsunamis and Storm Surges
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What causes tsunamis? How can we better prepare? What questions do you have about tsunamis and storm surges? This Thursday, January 21, ask your questions of Tomoya Shibayama, who is currently teaching Waseda University’s Tsunamis and Storm Surges: Introduction to Coastal Disasters MOOC on edX. AMA means “Ask Me Anything.” Questions about tsunamis, storm surges, the professor’s research, and more, are fair game. (Current students,...

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reddit AMA: Natural Disasters
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Natural Disasters occur everywhere. What causes natural disasters? How can you avoid them? How do governments and individuals prepare? Are we doing enough? Ask your questions about natural disasters this Tuesday, January 19. Head to r/iAMA to ask your questions of John Gyakum and John Stix, who are currently teaching McGill University’s Natural Disasters MOOC on edX. AMA means “Ask Me Anything.” Questions about natural...

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Brian Schmidt and Paul Francis from ANU
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Ask your Cosmology questions of ANU Professors Brian Schmidt and Paul Francis. Tuesday, November 24, head to r/AskScience to ask your questions of Brian Schmidt and Paul Francis, Astrophysicists and co-teachers for ANUx’s Cosmology MOOC. Brian also notably won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2011. AMA means “Ask Me Anything.” Questions about ANU, the Cosmology MOOC, Cosmology research, and more, are fair game. (The...

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