Even many well established businesses can’t boast the creation of more than 100 jobs in six years, but one University of Arkansas professor has those bragging rights. Carol Reeves, the University’s Associate Vice Provost for Entrepreneurship, has led her students to create six successful startups in six years, and that’s not even counting all of the ventures springing from her classes. “Three teams from this last year are pursuing their businesses, but I don’t count it as a startup until they quit all other jobs and pursue the business full-on,” Reeves said. “Another of my students has started two other businesses, but I only count the one that he started in my class.” Reeves, recently featured in Fortune as one of the nation’s 10 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, leads the University of Arkansas’s New Venture Development class, the springboard from which these startups have emerged. Read the full story from The City Wire, here.