Kelly Hochbein

Manager, Editorial Services

Office of Communications and Public Affairs

(610) 758-4746

Kelly Hochbein is a member of the editorial team 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 her arrival at Lehigh in 2014. In her free time, Hochbein enjoys writing for young children. 

Students and mentors return to Bays C2 and C3 for the Mountaintop initiative’s fourth summer.

The celebrated author discussed the influence of his parents and mentors.

The staff of The Brown and White breaks news and embraces the challenges and camaraderie of journalism. 

The Lehigh GRaD Experience invites visitors to learn and play.  

The annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning promotes innovative approaches to instruction.  

Lehigh’s Center for Community Engagement hosts its first symposium.

Artist-in-residence Akin Babatundé directs the August Wilson play. 

A student project encourages constructive discussions. 

Gary Zenkel discusses the challenges of Olympic programming. 

Documentary film and panel discussion explore alternative approaches to education. 

Contemporary architectural practice often employs computer-generated algorithms to generate form. Anthony Viscardi engages shadows to do the same by asking the simple question, "If an object can cast a shadow, can a shadow cast an object?"

Matherly joins Lehigh from the University of Tulsa, where she served as vice provost for global education.

Events will explore how data transforms discovery in our economy, culture and society.

The Lehigh Research Review provides an overview of scholarship, discovery and thought leadership at Lehigh University. 

Climate change is the biggest global health threat of the 21st century, according to the 2015 UCL-Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change. Kelly Austin examines its impact on women's health.

Polygyny, a seemingly outdated vestige of rural life, has evolved into an institution compatible with modern living in urban Mali. Bruce Whitehouse examines how marriage is understood and practiced in West Africa—and the potential consequences of its changing meaning.

From hip-hop to mass incarceration, James Peterson seeks to spark meaningful discussion about diversity among a wider audience.

Unfortunately, the answer is: sometimes yes, but sometimes no. At Lehigh, researchers across numerous disciplines are working to thwart hackers and data thieves, with the ultimate goal of creating a world of trustworthy computing.

In her new book, Nandini Deo explores the inner dynamics of both the women's movement in India and the Hindu nationalist movement to illustrate the key elements of effective social mobilization.

Kashi Johnson leads students on a transformative journey of self-discovery via hip-hop theatre, empowering them to find their voice and speak their truth.