Release Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
by Dave Boucher
Daily Mail Staff
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Learning from books is important for Zelalem Tizazu. He committed five years of his life in his native Ethiopia reading, learning at school about becoming a pharmacist.
When it came to hands-on, clinical experience to earn his doctorate, Tizazu looked beyond his own borders.
"Since I believe this is a good department and good profession, I came here to spend more time (studying)," Tizazu said outside a classroom at the University of Charleston's School of Pharmacy.
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