How it works
Ask a question.
Curious about something? Add your question to the "I'm Curious" feed.
Vote on questions.
Vote on questions you'd love an answer to. It's simple - vote by clicking the plus sign next to the question. Once a question hits 25 votes, it unlocks for a professor to answer!
Engage with professors
Watch and engage with professor answers!
Brothers on a mission.
In 2016, brothers Mike and Dave Baumwoll sought a better way to connect people’s curiosity to reliable sources of information. They created Minque to give expertise a platform and elevate the conversation.
In a world of unlimited questions and unfiltered information, Minque strives to connect curious minds to expertise. To that end, Minque is designed to give users the chance to ask and vote on questions and get short video answers from professors.
To do this, Minque is partnering with colleges and universities around the country to connect alumni curiosity with their alma matter’s professor expertise.
Minque’s mission is to ensure that learning and exploration continues after graduation. With Minque, alumni can put their college in their pocket.
Mike Baumwoll, CEO
Mike is an entrepreneur focused on building the next big innovation in higher education. A recent graduate of the Founder Institute and a member of the NYU Steinhardt EdTech Incubator, Mike is parlaying his substantial career in Digital Media - working both for a leading technology start-up and a major social media platform - into education technology. Mike holds a BA from Lafayette College.
Dave Baumwoll, COO
Dave is an attorney in New York City and former prosecutor. Prior to law, Dave served as an elementary school teacher with Teach for America in Newark, NJ and as an education program consultant with Newark Mayor Cory Booker. David holds a BA from Tufts University, an MPP From the Harvard Kennedy School, and a JD from Rutgers Law School.
Nominate a professor.
Ever had a great professor? Excellent. We'd love to connect with them. All Minque professors have come from you, through nominations or referrals. Nominate a great professor here!