Professor Emeritus and Dean Inducted to Hall of Fame
Chip Egan, dean emeritus of the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, will be inducted in March into the Southeastern Theatre Conference Hall of Fame. Egan served Clemson University 33 years as professor of theater, performing arts department chair and dean of the
Professor Emeritus of Performing Arts and Dean, Chip Egan
College. He is a life member and former president of the Southeastern Theatre Conference and past president of the South Carolina Theatre Association. He recently chaired the search committee for the executive director of SETC. Egan continues his career as a professional actor and director in Upstate theaters. He is a member of the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities Hall of Fame. He also served as interim director of the Clemson University Emeritus College. SETC, founded in 1949, is a nonprofit organization of theaters and individuals involved in theater, representing 10 states in the southeastern United States.