No. But you can use the Fill Left or Fill Right Audio Effects to spread the audio from one channel across both.
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If you have only a 1-channel (mono) Audio Stream, and the Fill-Right, or Fill-Left*, is not getting you what you need, one other method would be to Duplicate your mono Audio Clip, and place it onto another 1-channel Audio Track. Then, go into Audio Mixer and Pan one mono to the Right, and the other to the Left. I would not Pan 100% for either, just so that you have a little Phantom Center in the resultant mix-down. This can be very useful.
One can also use an audio-editing program, like Adobe Audition, or even the great, free Audacity, to create the 2-channel (stereo, or dual-mono) Audio file, by doing about the same thing, as described above for Audio Mixer.
* A problem can arise, if one has only a true 1-channel Audio Stream. The Fill-Right, or Fill-Left, works fine, if one has a 2-channel Audio file, with only the one Audio Stream, i.e. one channel has Audio, and the other one is silent.
That did the trick! Thanks Steve.