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KANSAS CITY—This fall, the University of Missouri-Kansas City will open the $32 million, 58,000-square-foot Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Part of the university’s Henry W. Bloch School of Management, the new three-story glass and terracotta building will help 1,800 graduate and undergraduate students learn by doing, officials say, by providing a simulated trading floor, design lab and behavioral science research space.

“The new Bloch Hall is more like a design school than a business school,” said the UMKC Bloch School Dean Teng-kee Tan. “While there will still be traditional classroom and case-method learning, the Bloch School is striving to break traditional molds by inventing and propagating new methods of experiential learning.”

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