Student Affairs Counselor
School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 



  • BA, MA, Montclair State University

Academic Profile

Evan Weisberg received his BA from Montclair State University in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies with minors in LGBTQ Studies, Sociology, and Spanish. Throughout his undergraduate career, he was heavily involved in extracurricular activities, such as being a peer educator within the LGBTQ Center under the Office of Equity and Diversity (now the Office for Social Justice and Diversity), being involved in Greek Life and the Student Government Association, and working within the Office of Greek Life. Through these roles, he discovered his passion for working with and for student populations and began his graduate studies within the Educational Leadership program with a concentration in Higher Education at his alma mater of Montclair State University.

Within his first year of his Master’s program, he served as the graduate assistant for the LGBT Center (now the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center) at Princeton University, leading a community-building program for LGBTQ students, faculty, staff, and their allies. Evan entered his second year of his degree working as a graduate assistant within the Center for Leadership and Engagement (now the Office of Student Belonging) back at Montclair State University, assisting with first-year and transfer student orientations and serving as an academic advisor to students requiring Academic Action. For his capstone project, he initially sought to implement a meal-sharing program for Montclair State students faced with food insecurity, but a similar program was already in the works at the time, and he shifted to exploring the experiences of the faculty and staff members who studied and worked with food insecurity. However, his studies were halted by the growing threat of Covid-19, but he was still able to graduate and receive his MA.

Following graduation, he took time to help care for family members during the global pandemic and ultimately joined the SoPHS team right before the start of the Fall 2022 semester.

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