Tim Goral


Tim Goral, editor-in-chief of University Business, has been a member of Professional Media Group since 2000, when as features editor he joined the staff of District Administration, the publication for K–12 educators. He became editor of the company's higher education business publication, Matrix magazine, in 2001, and retained his editorial post when Matrix and University Business magazine merged in early 2002. In his nearly 20 years in national trade publication writing and editing, Tim has served in editorial posts for publications in the food and beverage, hospitality, and outdoor retailing industries. He is the author of A Half-Empty Glassful of Optimism: The Path to Enlightenment Begins with a Road Trip. 

Articles by Tim Goral

University Business, August 2015

Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill proposed bill that would require more effective reporting

University Business, July 2015

Colleges and universities testing live-video-streaming app called Periscope

University Business, May 2015

Presidents from several Indiana colleges and universities express opposition

University Business, April 2015

'The Hunting Ground' features interviews with numerous campus sexual assault survivors

University Business, March 2015

California may join 21 other states whose community colleges are permitted to offer baccalaureate degrees

University Business, February 2015

Plan could cost $60 billion over 10 years

University Business, December 2014

Indiana college adds personality quiz to admissions process

University Business, October 2014

Many people question why campus police would need a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protection vehicle like the ones pictured here. (Photo: Creative Commons: U.S. Navy)
President Obama urges review of equipment program

University Business, September 2014

College sports should be recognized as a business, a federal judge has ruled.
Federal judge rules that college players should be compensated

University Business, August 2014

Wheaton College says that an Affordable Care Act rule makes them complicit in contraception