Kelly Hochbein

Manager, Editorial Services

Office of Communications and Public Affairs

(610) 758-4746
keh714@lehigh.edu

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. 

Lehigh University Convocation Kicks Off 'Year of Shared Responsibility'

Convocation marked the official start of the 2019-2020 academic year. 

Lehigh Graduate Wins Prestigious International Award for Undergraduate Research

Tuan Pham ’18 has been awarded the Brains for Brains Young Researcher Award from the Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience for his undergraduate work in the lab of Dr. Julie Haas. 

The Fundamentals of Solar Energy

Physical chemist Elizabeth Young studies the fundamental reactions that could improve our ability to use light from the sun

Lehigh Names Four New Trustees

The four new board members began their terms on July 1. 

The Deeper Meaning of Horror

Dawn Keetley’s current projects take a closer look at popular horror film ‘Get Out’ and folk horror in the 21st century.

A More Accessible Archive: Showcasing the Work of Writer Gloria Naylor

A long-term interdisciplinary archival project will make Naylor’s collected papers, on loan from Sacred Heart University, accessible to scholars and fans alike. 

A More Rigorous Approach to Determining Intervention Effectiveness

A nearly $900K grant from IES supports Ethan Van Norman’s work to develop a quantitatively rigorous and user-friendly measure of the effectiveness of interventions for students with disabilities and learning difficulties.

Great South Side Sale Prepares for Its 21st Year

The annual sale will take place this Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m.

Mountaintop Summer Experience to Drive Innovation Through 26 New and Returning Projects

Now in its seventh year, Lehigh’s 2019 Mountaintop Summer Experience began on May 29.

Donning of the Kente: A Personalized Celebration of Student Success

The annual pre-commencement celebration honored 44 students of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.

5K Raises More than $5K for Graduate Student Conference Travel

The event celebrated the contributions of graduate students to the Lehigh community.

LUGS 5K to Support Lehigh Graduate Student Conference Travel

The race and graduate student research showcase will take place April 14 on Mountaintop Campus.

40th Honors Convocation Celebrates Academic Accomplishments

More than 500 students from Lehigh’s three undergraduate colleges recognized for high academic achievement.

Lehigh Accelerator Grants Advance Key Research Opportunities

Lehigh’s Accelerator Grants support multi-investigator research programs in specific and significant areas of opportunity, allowing flexibility in the use of funds for rapid program growth. One such project relies on researchers in Ghana, Uganda and Guatemala to lead in the examination of short-term medical missions from the host countries’ perspectives.

Elizabeth Dolan Maps the Life and Legacy of Charlotte Smith

Dolan celebrates English Romantic writer Charlotte Smith by tracing and telling her story.

Jihyun Kim Examines How Teachers Perceive Their Teacher Evaluation Policy

Teachers' perceptions of these policies impact instructional improvement and teacher behavior.

Investigating Neurons’ Frequency Dependence on Input from the Ear for Normal Development

Neurons, or brain cells, deliver critical information used by our auditory system to interpret sounds. R. Michael Burger and his team ask: How do they know what type of frequency to detect?

Nik Nikolov Explores Structural Topology Optimization As a Tool for Architectural Design

The approach, not widely used in architecture and the building sciences, gives rise to important questions. 

Yue Yu Develops Mathematical Model of the Damage Process of Bioprosthetic Heart Valves

The model and its corresponding open-source software will help researchers understand how the damage process evolves over time.

Little Talks: A Targeted Curriculum for Home Visiting Programs

Patricia Manz develops curriculum to improve home visiting services for children with significant developmental needs.