Unless you have an equipment ground available in the box, no. There are a couple of workarounds, but one is potentially time consuming & the other will not provide you with an equipment ground for that third hole.
If you have a specific appliance or other equipment that has a 3 prong plug, it might be easiest to run a new circuit for that equipment.
Keep in mind that some electronic equipment relies on that third hole being grounded so that its built in protective devices function properly.
If you think that you might want to do your own wiring, get a copy of "Electrical Wiring, Residential" by Ray C. Mullin and "Old Electrical Wiring" by David L. Shapiro.
Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.