Acting Chair (2013-2014) and Professor
Ph.D. Applied Linguistics, Northern Arizona University 1996
M.A. TESOL, Monterey Institute of International Studies 1987
B.A. Biological Science and English, Cornell University 1982
- LING 392: The Structure of English
- LING 407: Senior Seminars: Functional Linguistics, Comparing Approaches to Syntax
- LING 410/510: Selected Topics: Systemic Functional Linguistics
- LING 416/516: Discourse Analysis
- LING 432/532: Sociolinguistics
- LING 438/538: Second Language Acquisition
- LING 470/570: Grammar for TESOL
- LING 476/576: Corpus Linguistics in Language Teaching
- LING 507: Thesis Writing Seminar
- LING 560: Research Design for Applied Linguistics
- LING 561: Research Methodology for Applied Linguistics
- Writing Across Disciplines
- Register Variation
- Corpus Linguistics
- English Grammar
- Conrad, S. (in press). Expanding multi-dimensional analysis with qualitative research: A case study from civil engineering. In T. Berber Sardinha & M. Veirano (Eds.), Multi-dimensional analysis, 25 years on. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
- Conrad, S., Pfeiffer, T., & Szymoniak, T. (2012). Preparing students for writing in civil engineering practice. Proceedings of the 2012 American Society for Engineering Education Conference. Retrieved from http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/8/papers/3661/view
- Conrad, S. (2010). What can a corpus tell us about grammar? In M. McCarthy & A. O’Keeffe (Eds.), Routledge handbook of corpus linguistics. Milton Park, UK: Routledge.
- Conrad, S., Biber, D., Daly, K., & Packer, S. (2009). Real grammar: A corpus-based approach to English grammar. New York: Pearson Education.