Manager, Editorial Services
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
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.
The host of “PBS NewsHour” delivered the 2019 Kenner Lecture for Cultural Understanding.
Woodruff will deliver the 2019 Kenner Lecture on Cultural Understanding on Tuesday, March 19.
Verma ’90, a leading expert on trade and diplomacy in Asia, will deliver the address at Lehigh’s 151st spring commencement on Monday, May 20.
John Ochs, founder and director of Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship capstone program and director of the master’s program in technical entrepreneurship, prepares to retire after 40 years at Lehigh.
Lehigh ROTC prepares to celebrate 100 years of producing experienced, well-rounded leaders for both military and civilian life.
Participants from colleges and universities across the U.S. discussed how institutions of higher education can achieve equity and excellence in faculty service and engagement.
The prestigious list is part of the Clarivate Analytics report, “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2018.”
Book project explores the rise through Victorian literature of society’s militarized understanding of medicine and disease.
Fulbright scholar Sayed Kalimullah Abed plans to use his College of Education training to improve special education in his home country.
English professor Beth Dolan and composer Amanda Jacobs will present lecture recital at Carnegie Hall on Nov. 4.
The author and former college athlete encouraged honest conversation and shared what she learned in writing her book, “What Made Maddy Run.”
An interdisciplinary team of students wins $50,000 in an international competition.
Tony-nominated choreographer Donald Byrd discusses art as a means to social change.
The reaccreditation is the result of a year-long institutional self-study and subsequent peer review site visit.
New Interdisciplinary Research Institutes facilitate collaboration.
The three-day NSF workshop invited participants from multiple disciplines to explore real-world challenges.
The team was one of five finalists for the $1 million prize.
Sponsored by Theta Chi, the event raised $13,000 for childhood cancer research.
Prothero emphasized to graduates the importance of wandering.
The team demonstrated its device during the final round of competition in Mumbai, India.