Turing College, Kent
|University of Kent|
|Named for||Alan Turing|
Turing College is the University of Kent's sixth college. Named in honour of the mathematician and codebreaker Alan Turing, the college's residential accomodations are divided into "Turing Houses" and "Turing Flats". The dining area, "Hut 8", is named after Turing's section at Bletchley Park.
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