BA, Metropolitan State College of Denver
MA, University of Kansas
PhD, University of Kansas
Dr. Horstman Reser's graduate degree is research based with a Graduate Major in Social Psychology and a Graduate Minor is in Quantitative Psychology. Dr Horstman Reser has taught at the University of Kansas, the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and at NMC. She has served as the Institutional Review Board (IRB) chairperson at NMC, is the current External Member at the College of St. Mary's IRB, and assists faculty and students with research and statistical projects.
Feng, F., Horstman-Reser, A., Kernen, J., Manternach, D., Sharma, H. & Caron, C. (Dec. 2020). Complementary and alternative medicine: Managing chronic pain and preventing analgesic misuse in the Community. Online Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 5 (3), 1 – 8. DOI: 10.33552/OJCAM.2020.05.000614
Kinney-Walker, A., Wagner, G., Horstman-Reser, A., & Henrichs. H. (June, 2019). Understanding the healthcare needs and barriers of members of an all-female youth academic and empowerment program (Girls Inc. study- Phase III) Poster presentation at Methodist Nursing Research Day, Omaha, NE.
Feng, F., Horstman Reser, A. & Lusby, M.L. (2013). Using iWorx 214 system to stimulate innovative learning in a medical science laboratory. Journal of Nursing and Healthcare, 1, 134-142.
O'Brien, L.T., Crandall, C.S., Horstman Reser, A., Warner, R., Alsbrooks, A. & Blodorn, A. (2010). But I'm no bigot: How prejudiced white Americans maintain unprejudiced self-images. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40, 917-946.
Professional Service/Recognition/Charitable Boards
Ed.D. Community Advisory Board
Occupational Therapy Advisory Board
Summer Glen/Bellewood Board Member