Condoleezza Rice

  • birthday

    She was born November 14 in Birmingham Alabama.
  • moving

    Rice moves her family to Denver, Colorado
  • High School

    Rice graduates from high school at aeg fiteen and enrolls in the University of Dever.
  • College

    Rice Earns her bacher's degree in political science from the University of Denver.
  • Master's degree

    Rice receive her master"s degree from the Unversity of Notre Dame.
  • Docatoral Degree

    Rice earn a doctoral Degree from the University of becomes an assisant professor of political science at Stanford.
  • Publishing Her First Book

    Rice publishes her first book, Uncertian Alleegiance: The Soviet Union and the Czechoslovak Army.
  • Washington, D.C

    Rice moves to Washington, D.C., to work on nuclear strategic planning as part of a Council on Foreign Relations fellowship. also her second book was published,The Gorbachev Era.
  • National Security Council

    Rice becomes dirctor of Soviet a nnd Eastern Europe affairs for the National Seecurity council and special assistant to the president for national Security Council and special assistant to the president for national security affairs durring the administration of President George Bush.
  • Returning to Standford University

    Rice returns to Stanford University to become the first woman, first African American, and youngest provost in the university's 102-years history; serveres as its chief academic and budget officer.
  • First Female

    Rice is appointed by President George W. Bush to be the nation's first female national security advisor
  • United States War on Terror

    Rice takes the a lending role in the United States War on Terror
  • Awarded the President's Award

    Rice is awarded the President's Award from the NAACP for advancing the cause if minorities thourgh leadership or example
  • Germany Unified and Europe Transformed

    Rice's book Germany Unified and Europe Transformed: A Study in Statecraft.
  • Presidential Campaign

    Rice services as foreign policy advisor for Geoge W. Bush's presidential campaign.