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Rohan Kulkarni
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Rohan Kulkarni  |  Thane, India When I was in my 12th standard, I had some interest in Engineering, but was not interested enough to consider it as a career. I loved Physics and Mathematics, and wanted to take a path which incorporated both – but wasn’t engineering. Here in India, one is less aware of career possibilities beyond becoming a doctor or engineer. When I...

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Learner Story George Zafiris(1)
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George Zafiris Age 20  |  Greece EdX changed my life, and now it’s a part of who I am. I’m so happy be among the 5,000,000 edX students worldwide. All the edX courses I’ve taken have taught me something new and useful that I can apply to advancing my career and studies. Each one provided me with an amazing “toolkit” – methodologies which improved my...

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This summer we celebrated a huge edX milestone: 5 million learners! We’re always curious to learn more about our students, so we reached out to lucky number 5,000,000 to get the scoop. Sara is taking How to Survive Your PhD to help her through her master’s program – pretty brilliant, if you ask us. Sara Magdy Age 23  |  Egypt I am excited to join...

Read More about edX Welcomes our 5 Millionth Learner, Sara Magdy!

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Ognjen Lezakov Age 21 | Novi Sad, Serbia I’m currently studying medicine in the University of Novi Sad. Although I took a course in human genetics, it was more about the fundamental genetics and some basic diseases but was more focused on inheritance. I took GeorgetownX’s Genomic Medicine Gets Personal. This course served both as a great review as well as a way to update...

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From Superman ®, Batman ®, Wonder Woman ®, and more, superheroes have been household names for generations. The comic books that tell their stories have become unforgettable parts of American popular culture as both young and old have fallen in love with these crusaders. In the past decade, superhero movies have dominated the big screen. In 2014 alone, these adaptations grossed nearly 1.5 billion dollars...

Read More about Final Comic Strips from SmithsonianX’s The Rise of Superheroes

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Technology surrounds us and touches every aspect of our day to day life. We depend on it to communicate, to organize our lives, and to seek out new information. And yet, many people are not fluent in the language of coding. Think. Create. Code. exposes learners to the fundamentals of programming so that anyone can understand how the computers and technology we interact with functions. Each week,...

Read More about Final Project Artwork from AdelaideX Think. Create. Code.


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