I'm a student at Purdue University Northwest and we recently started a Nuclear Physics program and I want to help get the news out but I don't know how. Currently I am the only student in the program, but we are trying to grow it. My professor for all things Nuclear is talking to the ANS already to help, but I also want to help seeing as I'm the first one to take it. There is a huge perk with going through our program, its that if you get your nuclear physics degree here at our satellite campus and pass with good grades you walk right into the masters program for nuclear engineering / physics at Purdue University West Lafayette. This seems like a big deal because I pay very little for tuition by comparison. My professor is often telling stories about his experiences learning nuclear under a couple of the guys from the Manhattan project and huge names from nuclear when it was first getting going and I am learning so much that isn't just out of a book. I don't know if this kind of thing is common in this field but it seems like a rare opportunity to learn from... Socrates' Plato, for a lack of a better way of putting it, and I would love some Ideas to help me get this new Nuclear Program out there.