Kelly Hochbein

Assistant Editor

Office of Communications and Public Affairs

(610) 758-4746
keh714@lehigh.edu

Kelly Hochbein is an assistant editor in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. She serves as editor of the Lehigh Research Review and as an associate editor of the Lehigh Alumni Bulletin. She also writes and edits for Lehigh’s news websites and other publications, covering events, research and news from all four colleges.

Hochbein holds a B.A. in English and a master’s degree in education from the University of Notre Dame. She worked as a teacher and a freelance writer before joining Lehigh’s editorial team in 2014. In her free time, Hochbein enjoys writing for young children. 


The grandson of Mohandas Gandhi spoke about nonviolence in a violent world at the 2017 Kenner Lecture.

The grandson of Mahatma Gandhi will deliver the 2017 Kenner Lecture on Cultural Understanding and Tolerance.

A cross-disciplinary student team designs and builds an admissions desk using wood from trees felled by Hurricane Sandy. 

A team of Lehigh engineering students will demonstrate what its Hyperloop pod, a prototype for future transportation, can do.

Esteemed physicist, MIT Institute Professor and ‘Queen of Carbon’ Mildred Dresselhaus shared the story of her nearly 60-year career and the distinguished mentors who helped shape it during a public lecture in September.

Lehigh expands possibilities with a Renishaw 3-D metal printer.

Jordan Rowan ’12 is general manager of The Virginia Hotel in historic beach town.

School spirit is front and center as Lehigh prepares for the 152nd Lehigh-Lafayette Rivalry game. 

The Lord Mayor of Westminster visited Lehigh to invite the band to the 2018 parade. 

Members of the Lehigh community gather for a silent rally to promote unity.

Lehigh defeated Bucknell 20-13 to win the 2016 Patriot League Championship.

The U.S. Department of Education grant will support three Ph.D. students.  

Erika McEneny Hanauer '09 combines her passions to help at-risk youth.

An open forum welcomes discussion on protest and policing in the United States. 

Award-winning physicist Mildred Dresselhaus speaks of a lengthy career influenced by distinguished mentors. 

How can educational systems help those struggling to start life anew?

A Lehigh team is finalizing an educational app that allows children to build a virtual structure on a tablet as they might with real blocks.

The Pulitzer Prize winner will discuss voting rights in America on Sept. 20.

The “Queen of Carbon” will give a public lecture on Sept. 14.

The Next Generation Ph.D. planning grant supports new approaches to graduate study in the humanities.