The former president is very familiar with his daughter's prestigious university as he was a Oxford Rhodes scholar himself from 1968 to 1970.
Chelsea — a special correspondent for NBC News — adds this latest credential to a long list of impressive achievements. She is a graduate of Stanford University and holds master's degrees from Oxford and Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
"She'll have as many as her parents do — combined," Bill Clinton said. "When she was younger, the way all kids are, she thought she knew more than I did about everything. But alas, in my dotage, it turned out to be true!"
— Bill Clinton (@billclinton) May 10, 2014
Clinton's dissertation examines international global governance structures with a focus on global health, an issue for which she has advocated for years.
It has been a busy and exciting year for the Clinton family. Hillary is considering a potential 2016 presidential campaign and the family is waiting for the arrival of the younger couple's first child in the fall.
The 34-year-old Clinton has taken a more public role at her family's Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, where she serves as vice chairwoman, and if her mother does runs for president, the younger Clinton could be an important asset for her mother's campaign by connecting with younger voters.
It seems it's only a matter of time before Dr. Clinton adds Senator, Congresswoman or President to her name.
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