Currently at the McGuire Center
Jacqueline Miller currently serves as the Allyn Curator for Lepidoptera and associate director of the McGuire Center. Her duties include curating the collection, preparing specimens derived from her field work and teaching as a guest lecturer for the biology of Lepidoptera and principles of systematics courses. She oversees the research collections and works closely with collections coordinator Andrei Sourakov and senior collections manager Andrew Warren in addition to other curators and staff. Last year, Miller and her colleagues received 44 collection donations, and this number reflects the McGuire Center’s typical annual collections growth since its opening in 2004. Miller currently serves as chair of one committee and is a member of five other graduate student committees. She also serves on five Museum committees and two University committees, is editor of the Bulletin of the Allyn Museum and serves on the editorial board of the Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, the McGuire Center News and in addition is a member of The Wedge Entomological Research Foundation. Miller also is a member of 13 professional organizations and is an elected fellow of the Entomological Society of America and an Honorary Life Member of the Lepidopterists’ Society.