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Zombie Survival Guide: Home

Study up on zombie-related holdings at the Muntz Library before the Zombie Apocalypse!

Meet the Zombrarians

Meet the staff and faculty players on the #zombrarians team in Spring 2014.

Alex Werner

Status: Human

Assessment Coordinator

Office of Assessment & Institutional Effectiveness

Alma Ravenell

Status: Human

Head of Public Services


Jan Harp

Status: Zombie

Acquisitions Assistant


Jeanne Standley

Status: Human

Library Director


Londa Jensen

Status: Human

Coordinator of GATE

Special Academic Programs

Michael Skinner

Status: Zombie

Reference & Liaison Librarian


Patrick Muenks

Status: Human

Coordinator of Honors

Special Academic Programs

Paul Streufert

Status: Human

Executive Director of Special Academic Programs

Special Academic Programs

Terra Bianchi

Status: Human

Head of University Archives


Tiffany LeMaistre

Status: Human

eResources and Collection Development


Zombies in Plain English

Be sure to check out Zombiepedia!

Zombies @ Your Library

Need a safe place to hideout and find information on zombie survival? Look no further! Muntz Library has the following to ensure your zombie safety:

  • Book, eBooks and other resources (see tabs above).
  • Library Safe Zone for a rest from the invading horde.
  • Follow the #zombrarians on Twitter! We're here to help you survive, or maybe eat your braaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaains!

Stay Safe!

In case of a zombie attack, it is generally considered safest to stay indoors.

Luckily, you don't need to venture out into danger to research your zombie foes. Use almost all of the Muntz Library's resources right where you are! All you need is your Patriots logon and password.

Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse

If you're ready for a zombie apocalypse, then you're ready for any emergency.

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Guide Credit

Kudos go out to Christian Miller at Cornell University for creating this guide. I adapted it for UT Tyler with his permission.


Is there anything that should be added or changed? Let us know in the comments!


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