Drs. Jeka and Kiemel's recent NSF grant proposal on "Collaborative Research: Understanding the rules for human rhythmic coordination: From Walking to Juggling" was funded. In addition to Drs. Jeka and Kiemel, the other PIs are Dr. Norm Werely (Aerospace Engineering) and Dr. Noah Cowan (Johns Hopkins U - Mechanical Engineering). The project will study the common rules through which sensory information (vision, inner ear, etc.) is used to stabilize rhythmic behaviors such as walking and juggling. It is a 3-year grant totaling $625,000.