I notice that the latest in the series of Euroschools on Exotic Beams is open for registration. It is a summer school intended for PhD students and young researchers working on nuclear physics involving radioactive ion beams. If you are such a person reading this, then follow the link above to have a look and consider applying to attend. There are a great range of lecturers covering experimental and theoretical aspects, and spending a few days in Normandy in late summer can't be the worst thing to do.
The Euroschool series has a great history of publishing the lecture notes and making them freely available. If you follow the link above you can easily find them. They are a great resource for graduate level nuclear physics study, covering a very broad range of topics. It also includes one instance of my friend and colleague Wilton Catford citing a certain R. A. Zimmerman.