Kelly Hochbein

Assistant Editor

Office of Communications and Public Affairs

(610) 758-4746

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. 

A Lehigh professor and graduate plan to host an information session for prospective students in Shanghai.

Students and mentors move in for a third summer of exploration and discovery.

Lehigh students seek answers from political candidates about key issues.

John Coulter, associate dean of engineering research and graduate studies, will begin his new role July 1. 

New initiative will expand Lehigh’s capacities for teaching and research in computer and data science.

Lehigh professor Joachim Grenestedt designs state-of-the-art ski equipment for Paralympians. 

Award-winning director of The Hunting Ground discusses sexual assault on college campuses.

Lehigh student scientists immerse themselves in independent research.

Director Kirby Dick will discuss the problem of sexual assault on college campuses.

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins shares insights and influences with students. 

Henri Barkey examines the ever-changing landscape of international politics

Lucy Napper studies the role of parents in shaping student perceptions about alcohol consumption. 

Imaani El-Burki examines new media to explore the dialogue surrounding opinions toward the poor and attitudes on poverty as they relate to discussions about race.

Hugo Ceron-Anaya examines gender and bodily dispositions on the golf course in contemporary Mexico.

Yue Yu is developing a mathematical model to better understand cerebral aneurysms. 

John Pettegrew's upcoming book examines how visual representations of combat influence soldiers. 

Hartley Lachter's recent book examines medieval Kabbalah on the Iberian Peninsula. 

Structural biologist Krystle McLaughlin studies the molecular configuration of bacteriophages. 

Mark Chen studies a possible answer to the energy demands of the future. 

Benjamin Felzer and Dork Sahagian use computer modeling to generate projections of surface hydrology and local ecosystem responses to expected climate change.