Professor Hochberg, B.A., University of Pennsylvania, magna cum laude; M.A. and Ph.D., Cornell University; has taught American literature, prose fiction, and literary theory to Juniata students since 1970.
While a Ph.D. candidate at Cornell, he was awarded an NDEA Title IV Fellowship. In 1980, he received Juniata's Beachley Distinguished Professor Award.
He is the author of a critical essay entitled 'The Unity of Go Down, Moses' published in Tennessee Studies in Literature (1976) and a prize-winning short story, 'The Greeks at Missolonghi' published in California Quarterly (1982).
Professor Hochberg is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English and, locally, a former member of the Juniata Valley Tri-County Drug and Alcohol Agency board of directors.
He is married to Sue and has six children. Professor Hochberg enjoys Hollywood movies in his leisure time.